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June 6, 1925


JAMA. 1925;84(23):1748. doi:10.1001/jama.1925.02660490040014

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With almost five thousand physicians regularly registered, the Atlantic City session was one of the most successful ever held by the American Medical Association. The sessions of the House of Delegates were marked by unusual harmony and accord, indicating united effort on the part of the delegates for the common good. The recognition of the scientific work of the Association by the medical profession and by the public indicates that medicine stands in higher repute today than ever before in its history.

The accommodations at Atlantic City, as might have been expected, were good, and every physician was able to secure a satisfactory room. The weather throughout the week was well-nigh perfect, so that visitors were able to avail themselves of the pleasurable features of the seaside city. A slight coolness of the atmosphere interfered somewhat with sea bathing, but the section programs and the exhibits were sufficient attraction more

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