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August 30, 1890

EDITORIAL NOTES.

JAMA. 1890;XV(9):330-331. doi:10.1001/jama.1890.02410350026008

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Abstract

Seven Hundered Papers.  —This is the reported number of papers submitted at the Berlin Congress. The paper presented by Professor Bouchard, of Paris, required two hours for its delivery. At that rate, it is difficult to conceive how justice could be done to each contributor, or at what dates discussions would be in order.

The Annual Meeting of the Mississippi Valley Medical Association.  — We desire again to refer to the annual meeting of this Association, which will convene Oct. 8 at Louisville, and continue in session for three days. The city of Louisville can afford ample accommodations for any number of guests, and the profession of that city, whatsoever they undertake, are never found wanting. We not only anticipate a large attendance, but also the presentation of an unusual number of valuable papers. Pleasure and profit will conspire to render this meeting a notable success.The American Rhinological Association

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