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The Inter-State Post-Graduate Assembly of America
The third visit of a large body of American physicians to this country has been made this week. In an interview, Dr. William B. Peck of Freeport, Ill., managing director of the assembly, expressed his appreciation of generosity and hospitality received.
The Duke of York presided at the inaugural meeting, which took place at Wigmore Hall, June 2; more than 500 members of the assembly and many leaders of the British profession were present. The duke extended a cordial welcome to our guests.Mr. Neville Chamberlain, minister of health, welcomed the guests on behalf of the government. It was gratifying to this small island to be able to open its arms at once to representatives of every state in the American Union and every city in Canada. The benefits of the visit would not be all on one side, for our physicians
LONDON. JAMA. 1925;85(1):47–49. doi:10.1001/jama.1925.02670010051024
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