Sixty-second Series–September 23-24, 1976

Presented in Coordination with the One Hundred-second Annual Session of the Oregon Medical Association at the Hilton Hotel

DR. JOHN F. BURKE

Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts. The Effective Use of Preoperative Antibiotic in the Prevention of Post-Surgical Infection; The Use of Primary Excision and Prompt Wound Closure in the Treatment of Patients Suffering Deep Thermal Burns; The Metabolic Pattern of Reaction Following Trauma and Its Treatment

DR. STEPHEN K. CARTER

Director, Northern California Cancer Program, Palo Alto, California. Gastrointestinal Cancer–A Neglected Area in Therapeutic Research; Combined Modality Approach to Cancer Treatment; Breast Cancer–Controversies and Opportunities in Treatment

DR. ELLIOT RAPAPORT

Professor of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco, California. Newer Aspects in the Management of the Cardiovascular Patient; Unstable Angina–The Role of Medical vs. Surgical Management; Newer Techniques in the Diagnosis and Quantification of Acute Myocardial Infarction