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January 21, 1933

CAPE TOWN

JAMA. 1933;100(3):204-205. doi:10.1001/jama.1933.02740030052024

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Abstract

The Annual Medical Congress  The twenty-seventh Annual Medical Congress will take place at Cape Town next September under the presidency of Dr. E. B. Fuller, one of the senior surgical specialists in that city. Dr. Fuller is the son of an old minister of the crown and agent general for the Cape Colony in London. He studied at Edinburgh and qualified in 1891. For the past fifteen years he has specialized in genito-urinary diseases.The congress will probably meet in the new university buildings at Groot Schuur, which are now nearing completion. They have been fourteen years in building and are ranked as among the first of South Africa's architectural marvels, occupying as they do a mountain site that gives them the magnificent background of the imposing Table Mountain. The Cape Town congress is always popular, for the legislative capital of the union is situated in a peninsula that presents

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