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November 9, 1907


JAMA. 1907;XLIX(19):1611. doi:10.1001/jama.1907.02530190045009

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The Anglo-American Medical Association of Berlin, composed of American and British physicians doing postgraduate work in Berlin, has issued its year-book for 1907. Organized to further the interests of its members, to advise them regarding postgraduate work in the university clinics and hospitals and to assist them in finding comfortable locations and pleasant surroundings, the value of such an organization to the American physician or student who finds himself for the first time in a foreign country can not be overestimated. It is pleasant to know that in this great center of German culture, research and activity, American physicians have banded themselves together for mutual improvement and fraternal association. The year-book contains, besides a list of officers and members, a program of the society meetings for the current year, as well as detailed information regarding the university courses, special postgraduate courses under different professors, the location of various hospitals, laboratories,

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