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June 11, 1904


JAMA. 1904;XLII(24):1562. doi:10.1001/jama.1904.02490690030004

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The addresses published in this issue call for special notice for many reasons. The President's address is a review of the Association's problems and its work. He finds much reason for congratulation; the progress that has been made in organization has been most striking and the prospects for future enlargement and for the unification of the profession are most bright. The Section work of the Association is one of the most important objects of the annual session, and his suggestions regarding it are worthy of consideration. The suggestion that the sections organize special international congresses when the time is ripe will, we trust, be a fruitful one. Dr. Musser's remarks on sanitary science and its advance, and the position of the profession toward the public in this particular, are timely, and we hope will receive the attention they merit. But that portion of the address bearing on medical education especially

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