ADVANCE IN MEDICAL SCIENCE IN GERMANY
During the past year The Journal published a series of articles under the general title "Glandular Physiology and Therapy." This series attracted world-wide attention; requests were received from publishers and translators in seven nations for rights to translate and republish these articles. Among others came a letter from Germany to the effect that the publishers Urban and Schwarzenberg in Berlin were anxious to take over the publication of the book in German. These publishers were offered the same type of arrangements offered to those in other countries. Next came a letter requesting that there be forwarded to Germany the original German text of the paper by Aschheim; this and the article by Zondek were originally written in German and translated for the series in The Journal. In answer to this request, the copy was forwarded to the German translator. Now comes a letter from
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