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October 17, 1903


JAMA. 1903;XLI(16):968. doi:10.1001/jama.1903.02490350024004

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The grounds for discord that have so long existed between the members of the profession of New York state have been removed, and there is no longer any reason whatever why there should be two opposing organizations, each having the same objects. That this fact is realized is shown by the recent action—as reported in our last week's issue—of the New York State Medical Association, and harmony in the near future seems to be well assured.

The action of the council and fellows of the New York State Medical Association in appointing a committee with full powers to meet with a similarly qualified body from the Medical Society of the State of New York has been met by the latter body, and consequently we may hope for immediate measures to consummate the union of the two organizations. There may be some difficulties, or rather minor details, for adjudication by the

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