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March 29, 1930


JAMA. 1930;94(13):1007. doi:10.1001/jama.1930.02710390105017

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Medical Reciprocity with Egypt  In accordance with a recent provision, the minister of the interior has entered into reciprocity relations with Egypt concerning admission to the practice of medicine. Egyptians who graduated in medicine in their country previous to December, 1925, may practice medicine in Italy without submitting to further examination. Those who were graduated after that date must take the state examination in Italy before they can practice, the same as is required of citizens of Italy. The physician from Egypt must, however, first register in the province in which he intends to settle.

Aid for Leprosy Patients  An association for the aid of the 400 leprosy patients residing in Italy and for the prevention of the spread of the disease to other persons has been founded in Milan. Nationals who return to Italy affected with leprosy will be given aid; likewise leprosy patients of Italian nationality residing in

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