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August 29, 1908

THE TUBERCULOSIS CONGRESS.

JAMA. 1908;LI(9):762-763. doi:10.1001/jama.1908.02540090044007
Abstract

The interest in the International Congress on Tuberculosis, to meet in Washington, September 21 to October 12, seems to be warranted by the programs of papers to be read before the sections. It is interesting to observe that the titles of the papers indicate that in addition to the valuable contributions of foreign delegates there will be a good representation of American experience and opinion. It should be noted that the section work of the congress is confined to the second week, September 28 to October 3. The first and third weeks will be occupied with the exhibition of objects of interest and educational value in respect to the tuberculosis problem, and with demonstrations and clinics and lectures by eminent foreigners. The possibilities of instruction and profit from these two weeks for the average visitor are not surpassed by the benefit to be derived from listening to the papers before

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