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April 5, 1902

Association News.

JAMA. 1902;XXXVIII(14):887-888. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480140033016

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Abstract

The Pathologic Exhibit.  The Committee on Pathologic Exhibit has issued the following circular: The Committee on Pathologic Exhibit for the American Medical Association is anxious to secure materials for the coming session at Saratoga, June 10 to 13, inclusive. This exhibit was accorded much praise and comment during the sessions at Atlantic City and St. Paul, respectively, where were collected valuable exhibits from all parts of the country. The materials included not only pathologic specimens but the allied fields, bacteriology, hematology, physiology and biology were well represented.It would also be desirable to secure exhibits of new apparatus, charts, etc., used by teachers of pathology and physiology in medical colleges.This exhibit has already become a permanent feature of the annual sessions of the American Medical Association, and the Committee is desirous of securing its list of exhibits as early as possible and to this end asks those having desirable

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