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June 27, 1891


JAMA. 1891;XVI(26):919-920. doi:10.1001/jama.1891.02410780019007

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For the many generous expressions of good-will on the part of the editors of almost the entire medical press of this country, as well as from an army of friends of The Journal, we express our most hearty appreciation, and very warmest thanks.

The Journal of the American Medical Association is neither the rival nor antagonist of any part of the medical press, but in all good work for the elevation and betterment of our profession in every section of our country it may be counted upon as giving a strong support, and in utterances of no uncertain sound. Whether we are able to realize the exalted hopes which have been so lavishly expressed or not, our friends may rest assured that we are here to do our level best to promote every laudable interest and purpose of the medical profession. In such generous, out-spoken expressions of support and tender

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