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January 30, 1904

Fifteenth International Congress of Medicine.

JAMA. 1904;XLII(5):322. doi:10.1001/jama.1904.02490500042017

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Dr. John A. Wyeth, New York City, has sent us a letter which he has received from Prof. Miguel Bombarda, secretary-general of the International Congress of Medicine to be held at Lisbon in 1906. Dr. Wyeth expresses the hope that the unpleasant experiences of our delegates at Madrid will not deter us from taking an interest in the Lisbon congress. He suggests that it would be well for The Journal of the Association to inaugurate this movement by printing at this time this invitation.

A translation of the letter referred to is as follows:

Lisbon, Dec. 22, 1903.

Sir and most honored confrère:  —At the last international congress at Madrid, Lisbon was designated as the place of meeting of the Fifteenth International Congress of Medicine, and the medical profession of Portugal, appreciating the great honor conferred on it, accepted with pleasure the decision of the representatives of the various countries

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