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April 7, 1888


JAMA. 1888;X(14):434. doi:10.1001/jama.1888.02400400022005

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The Dental Review, of March 15, 1888, in advocating the holding of "An International Dental Congress at Paris, France, in September, 1889," disclaims any intention of interfering with a Section of Dental and Oral Surgery in connection with the Tenth International Medical Congress to be held in Berlin, 1890. Notwithstanding this disclaimer, it is difficult to see how the editor of the Review could more directly and certainly interfere with the organization of an efficient and successful Dental Section of the International Medical Congress in Berlin, than by persisting in his scheme of forestalling it, by a separate International Dental Congress the year preceding in Paris. The full recognition of properly educated Dentists by the successful organization of a Section of Dental and Oral Surgery, as a part of the great International Medical Congress at London, in 1881, and its repetition with still greater success as a part of the

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