AS DR. LOBITZ has indicated, the theme of this meeting is continuing education in dermatology. This is a most fortunate and timely choice. There is now in the process of development a remarkable revolution in communication. We are all familiar with the example of the first Telstar broadcast which occurred during the time of the International Congress in Washington three years ago. I am told that within three years it will be possible to instantly communicate with everyone in the world who has access to a television or radio set by means of three satellites in orbit over the equator.
Along with this tremendous expansion in our means of communication has come a reawakening of our interest in techniques of education. The result of this is familiar to any of you who have children studying arithmetic in grade school. It is also apparent to those of us who are dealing
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