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June 7, 1930


JAMA. 1930;94(23):1855-1856. doi:10.1001/jama.1930.02710490045024

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The International Hygienic Exposition  The exhibit of the Internationale Hygiene-Ausstellung, displayed in Dresden in 1911, has been extended and enlarged under the name of the Deutsches Hygiene-Museum. The extensive collections are to be housed in a monumental structure which will be dedicated in Dresden, May 16. At the same time, an international hygienic exposition will be organized and opened; May. 17. A presentation of the rules in regard to the care of health, which are held up to us on every hand until we grow weary of them, would not have justified such a vast expenditure, had it not been that it appears necessary to take a definite position before the public toward the numerous modern types of injuries that are the outgrowth of civilization and culture, industrialization and polytechnic development. The exposition is an attempt to solve in a measure the present problems of hygiene: decline of the birth

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