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Meeting of Gynecologists at Brussels
In my preceding letter (The Journal,Oct. 18, 1919, p. 1228) I stated that Belgian physicians were gradually becoming more active. The communications addressed to the academy and the meetings of the principal medical societies were only a prelude to the activity in medical circles that the month of September was to show. From September 25 to 27, at the time the Belgian Surgical Congress was being held, the first meeting of the Association des gynécologues et obstétriciens de langue française took place in Brussels. It was a special honor conferred on our country that our capital should have been chosen for the first meetings of this puissant society of learned men of French tongue. The variety and significance of the subjects brought up for discussion helped to give this congress a high degree of importance, for most of the current problems of gynecology and
BELGIAN LETTER. JAMA. 1919;73(20):1540. doi:10.1001/jama.1919.02610460058022
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