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June 12, 1926

LONDON

JAMA. 1926;86(24):1847-1848. doi:10.1001/jama.1926.02670500035015

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Abstract

The Congress of Institute of Public Health  This year's congress of the Royal Institute of Public Health is to be held at Bristol, from May 19 to 24, inclusive. Tuberculosis and cancer problems are among the topics that will engage the attention of the Section of State Medicine and Municipal Hygiene. The Duchess of Hamilton is to open a discussion on "Humane Slaughtering." A contribution of general interest should be that on "How to Get a Smokeless Atmosphere—and Make It Pay," by Councilor W. Brownhill Smith, chairman of the Glasgow Health Committee. The discussion in the Section of Naval, Military, Air and Tropical Diseases of Health Questions, having special reference to the services, is to be supplemented by several papers of great general importance; for instance, that on "The Relative Connection Between Chemical Warfare, Physics, Chemistry, Meteorology and Public Health," by Major H. S. Blackmore. Many phases of health in

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