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To the Editor:—
To elucidate further the matter of "Registration of Foreign Physicians," I beg leave to comment on the remarks of the writers of the letters in The Journal, September 3 and 10. Dr. Honeij is right; I am a Canadian, but again he is wrong, I have no friends who wish to register in the United States in the near future or at any other time. If I did have, I should not need to apologize for them, as I am sure that they would acquit themselves honorably.He is also wrong when he says that I do injustice to American physicians. I reiterate my letter of August 27, and as I spoke truthfully, wherein lieth the injustice? I am sure that the American physician (and not every practitioner is a physician) would rightly resent being classed among the ill-trained aspirants for license to practice in Canada or
Nathan D. Registration of Foreign Physicians. JAMA. 1910;55(12):1041. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.04330120063026