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The thirty-first general meeting of the Hokuroku Medical Society was held at Niigata, October 17. The invited speakers were Dr. Tanaka, professor in the Niigata Imperial Medical College, Dr. Sugiyama, professor in the Kanazawa Imperial Medical College, and Dr. Okada, professor in the Keio Medical College. Among others, there were papers on research in tsutsugamushi disease, the local disease of the Niigata Prefecture, read by Mr. Nishibe and his co-workers. The general meeting of the Kyushu Medical Society was held in the Kumamoto Medical College, October 17-18. Dr. Morita, professor in the Tokyo Jikei Medical College, was invited to give a lecture on the therapy of so-called neurasthenia. The Chosen Medical Society met October 19-20 in the Keijo Imperial University in Keijo, Chosen. Dr. Shiga, president of the university, who was chairman for the first day, gave an address; this was his last appearance as chairman, as he
JAPAN. JAMA. 1932;98(1):66. doi:https://doi.org/10.1001/jama.1932.02730270070027
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