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January 10, 1925


JAMA. 1925;84(2):133. doi:10.1001/jama.1925.02660280059029

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Honor to Ludwig Aschoff  Prof. Dr. Ludwig Aschoff of Berlin University, who delivered lectures at several medical colleges in Japan this fall, has been elected honorary president of the Japan Pathological Association.

The Tropical Disease Association of the Far East  The date of the sixth session of the Tropical Disease Association of the Far East was announced for Oct. 18, 1925, to convene at Tokyo, under the chairmanship of Dr. Kitasato. This will be the first time that an international gathering of this kind has been held in Japan, and careful preparations are being made for its success.

Number of Medical Practitioners in Japan  According to statistics for 1923, given out by the department of home affairs, there are in Japan, excluding Korea and Formosa, 43,028 practitioners, or one for each 1,359 inhabitants. The excess of medical practitioners may, from the standpoint of the sanitary condition of the nation, be

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