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June 22, 1907

Association News

JAMA. 1907;XLVIII(25):2137-2144. doi:10.1001/jama.1907.02520510055016

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American Medical Association, Fifty-eighth Annual Session, Atlantic City.  The following are the proceedings of the sections at the Atlantic City session, June 4-7, 1907:

Section on Practice of Medicine.  Tuesday, June 4—Afternoon.The meeting was called to order at 8 p. m. in the Casino Hall, Steel Pier, by Dr. D. T. Coleman, Atlanta, Ga., chairman.Dr Alexander Lambert, New York, nominated Dr. H. M. Michel, Augusta, Ga., secretary pro tem, who was elected.The chairman announced the nominating committee as follows: Drs. W. S. Thayer, Baltimore; Allen A. Jones, Buffalo, and J. A. Witherspoon, Nashville, Tenn.Dr. John A. Lichty, Pittsburg, read a paper on "The Early and Premonitory Symptoms of Progressive Pernicious Anemia." Discussed by Drs. Herrick, Chicago; Thayer, Baltimore; Goodwin, Mt. Vernon, N. Y.; McCaskey, Ft. Wayne, Ind.; Einhorn, New York; Anders, Philadelphia; Davis, Chicago; Hoover, Cleveland; Smithies, Ann Arbor, and Lichty, Pittsburg.

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