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In Memoriam
June 27, 2014
ASSH is sad to announce the passing of Senior Member Paul Brown, MD, at the age of 94.
Journal of Hand Surgery
June 27, 2014
Follow @JHandSurg to be alerted to new articles in press and other journal updates.
Staff Note
June 27, 2014
View new content in Chapters 1 and 2, including 2 new technique videos.
Survey Summary
June 27, 2014
Results from the June 20, 2014 One-Question Survey asking members to assess the value of Correspondence News and the frequency of their readership.
Volunteer Note
June 27, 2014
We are seeking volunteers to translate our 10 most popular patient education brochures into Spanish, Japanese, and other languages. 
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