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April 26, 1924

BERLIN

JAMA. 1924;82(17):1378. doi:10.1001/jama.1924.02650430068024

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Abstract

The Conflict with the Berlin Public Health Societies  The attempts of the health insurance societies to secure adequate medical treatment for their members having failed, their executive committee has finally consented to enter into negotiations with the representatives of the Berlin medical profession. The results of this rapprochement will be available shortly.

The Werner Siemens Institute for Roentgenographic Research  On the grounds of the municipal hospital of Moabit in Berlin, a roentgenographic institute has been established through the generosity of the city of Berlin. The work was accomplished chiefly through Dr. Klemperer, director of the municipal hospital in Moabit, and Dr. Rabnow, municipal medical consultant. The new institute is housed in three unpretentious barracks. In the south wing are the administration department, a roentgenographic and histologic laboratory, and a demonstration room, in which, from time to time, talks on progress in roentgenographic research will be given. The middle structure, connected

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