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May 4, 1907

THE ATLANTIC CITY SESSION.

JAMA. 1907;XLVIII(18):1531. doi:10.1001/jama.1907.02520440063010

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Abstract

The fifty-eighth annual session of the American Medical Association will be held June 4 to 7 at Atlantic City, and we devote several pages this week to a description of that popular resort. The preliminary program of each section is also published, and a glance at the titles of the articles will show that a high grade of scientific work is in store for those who attend the meetings. This will make the third time that the Association has met at Atlantic City, and consequently a description of the town is hardly necessary for many of our readers. Since the last meeting there, however, the membership of the Association has nearly doubled, and in any event this seaside resort has so many attractions that its advantages will bear repetition. It is the ideal meeting place for the reason that it has ample hotel accommodations of a character to suit both

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