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August 29, 1925


JAMA. 1925;85(9):688-690. doi:10.1001/jama.1925.02670090044017

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Brussels Medical Conference  The Brussels medical conference, or the Journées médicales so called, is meeting with increasing success every year. It synthesizes national medical activities. In addition to the national representation, many foreign scientists take part in the convention. The collaboration of French scientists constitutes a strong link between French and Belgian physicians. The Journées médicales have been developed to organize for physicians located at some distance from the medical centers a practical general review, in the form of a few days spent in the hospitals, of the progress of medicine during the current year. In this connection, the collaboration of the four Belgian universities has been a powerful aid.The opening meeting, which was attended by the queen, took on a ceremonial character, which was partly due to the fact that it was held in the Palais des Académies. Many foreign delegates were present: Drs. Vincent (France), Bandelac de

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