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June 27, 1925


JAMA. 1925;84(26):2016. doi:10.1001/jama.1925.02660520044025

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League Against Cancer  The League Against Cancer met under the presidency of the king and queen. Among those in attendance were the French secretary of public health, labor and public assistance, and the generals who constitute the directory. The meeting was held in the new cancer institute, which is a credit both to Spain and to Dr. Goyanes, surgeon in charge. In addition to the French member of the cabinet, there came from Paris Dr. Hartmann, one of the professors in the Paris medical school, and Dr. Bandaline, and from Barcelona Dr. Martinez Vargas, president of the University of Barcelona. In spite of a special invitation to the medical profession and the attendance of many prominent persons, Madrid physicians stayed away, with the few exceptions of those belonging to the league.Dr. Goyanes, in an address prepared for the lay public, said that fortunately in Spain the number of cancer

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