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AMERICAN GIFT TO THE SOCIÈTÈ DE NEUROLOGIE
At a recent meeting of the Société de Neurologie de Paris, according to The Journal of the American Medical Association, the secretary-general read a letter from Dr. Hugh T. Patrick, Chicago, a foreign corresponding member of the society, in which the writer expressed his admiration for the work of French neurologists during the war and enclosed a check for 10,000 francs to help the society in continuing the publication of its transactions. The society unanimously voted its thanks to Dr. Patrick for his aid to the diffusion of its works, and expressed the hope that he, together with the new American members, would attend the next annual Réunion neurologique at which collaboration could be established between neurologists of France and the United States. This reunion will be held July 9-10. Only one subject will be discussed: "The Clinical Forms and Treatment of Syphilis
News and CommentAMERICAN GIFT TO THE SOCIÈTÈ DE NEUROLOGIE. Arch NeurPsych. 1920;4(2):202. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1920.02180200069009
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