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July 17, 1897

MEDICAL UNITY IN NEW YORK.

JAMA. 1897;XXIX(3):138. doi:10.1001/jama.1897.02440290044009

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Abstract

The medical profession in New York City has determined to make a united effort to correct the medical charity abuses, and for that purpose a joint committee composed of two representatives of each of the following societies have met and organized, viz.: The New York County Medical Association, the New York County Medical Society, the New York Medical League and the Society for the Advancement of Medical Practice. The committee will sit through the summer, prepare plans and data, appeal to all the medical societies of the State for sympathy and aid, and have ready for presentation to the Legislature when it convenes next winter a bill meeting with the approval of the entire medical profession. We are pleased to see such harmony exist, and believe that by the united efforts of the various medical bodies throughout the State, the crying abuses can and must be corrected. The bill offered

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