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May 19, 1888


JAMA. 1888;X(20):623. doi:10.1001/jama.1888.02400460019007

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The Thirty-Ninth Annual Meeting of the American Medical Association, recently held in Cincinnati, was one of the most pleasant and profitable that has been held during the last decade. The arrangements made both for scientific work and social reunions, by the profession of Cincinnati, were all that could be desired. The general morning sessions were well attended, and the addresses of the President and Drs. Bartholow, Moore and Wallcott were listened to with unusual interest and profit. All of the Sections were fully occupied, and some of them held two sessions a day on account of the number and value of the papers to be read and discussed. The full official record of the proceedings will be given in The Journal next week, 26th inst., when it will be seen that the hasty and imperfect reports published by some of our contemporaries contain many and important errors. That show of

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