volume 295, issue 6589, P68-68 1987
DOI: 10.1136/bmj.295.6589.68
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Abstract: BMA's outstanding contributions in the public's interest Starting his speech by paying tribute to those who made the association work-the staff-who were, he said, one of the BMA's greatest assets, Dr John Marks went on to pay tribute to the & chairmen and other elected officers and his fellow chief officers, above all to Tony _,ws& i fi _Keable-Elliott, whowas standing down after six years as treasurer.