October 14, 1922


JAMA. 1922;79(16):1348-1349. doi:10.1001/jama.1922.02640160068028

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The League of Nations in Relation to Hygiene  Acting on the report of M. Manuel Rivas Vienna of Chile, the plenary assembly of the League of Nations passed two resolutions proposed by the League of Nations Health Conference. By the first resolution, the assembly took official cognizance of the collaboration of the Health Conference in the work of the sanitary conference held in Warsaw (The Journal, May 6, 1922, p. 1400) and of the fact that the Genoa conference had turned over to the Health Conference the execution of the program outlined by the Commission on Epidemics. The assembly also noted with satisfaction the development of the epidemiologic service and the initiative taken by the Health Conference to introduce a system of exchange of sanitary personnel (The Journal, Sept. 23, 1922, p. 1961). In view of the fact that the League of Nations Health Conference constitutes a permanent need, the

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