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May 15, 1926

GENEVA

JAMA. 1926;86(20):1562-1563. doi:10.1001/jama.1926.02670460070018

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Abstract

Title of Specialist  Following a recent decision, the title of specialist cannot be used in Hungary until a physician has devoted himself to special study for a given length of time. Physicians who illegally call themselves specialists are subject to a fine. In Germany also the diet has decided that the title of specialist can be granted only by a commission of seven members designated by the council of the medical chamber.

Death of Dr. Maygries  Widespread regret has followed the announcement of the death of Dr. Maygries, agrégé professor of the Paris Faculty and obstetrician to the hospitals of Paris. Overtaken by poverty-stricken old age, this eminent practitioner sought refuge in an establishment of the public charities, where he died. He had delivered 10,000 French children during his long career.

Imagination in Therapeutics  Dr. Gustave Monod of Vichy recently delivered a lecture to the Medical Society of Geneva, entitled

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