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To the Editor:
—The Journal, January 16, in the department of foreign news, carried an item with the title, "Berlin Faculty Decides Against Official Welcome to American Physicians," copied from a German medical journal. No doubt this was the attitude taken by the faculty of Berlin last fall, but many things have transpired to strengthen our international relations since that time. This month we received assurance from both the German government and the faculty of the University of Berlin that the members of the Inter-State Post-Graduate Assemblies, who will visit Berlin, June 15, 16 and 17, will receive a most hearty welcome. These greetings were received following several months of discussion between the representatives of the German government, the faculty of the university and representatives of this association, especially Dr. Carl Beck, secretary of the foreign assemblies of this organization, who is now in Europe completing the final clinic
Peck WB. BERLIN FACULTY AND AMERICAN PHYSICIANS. JAMA. 1926;86(6):436. doi:10.1001/jama.1926.02670320050027
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