April 30, 1892


JAMA. 1892;XVIII(18):566. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02411220028009

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Interest in the work of the several sections of the American Medical Association was never greater than this year. Fears being entertained by some of the officers that the time allotted will be scarcely sufficient to hear all the papers announced and the discussions which should follow; morning sessions of the sections will undoubtedly be agreed upon at the general session of the first day. The increase of members attending the annual meetings makes an arrangement of this sort necessary.

The Sections Committee which will meet on Monday will take up this subject and report such arrangements as will meet the demands of the occasion.

The progress made in the whole field of medicine will be ably reflected by those who have announced their intention to be present. The program will be not only full, but very select.

The chairmen have been active in securing men of ability to open

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