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June 3, 1933

CAPE TOWN

JAMA. 1933;100(22):1787-1788. doi:10.1001/jama.1933.02740220053023

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Abstract

The Annual Medical Congress  The Medical Association of South Africa will hold its annual scientific meeting, popularly known as the medical congress, at Cape Town in September. The president of the congress is Dr. E. B. Fuller, a consulting urologist and one of the pioneers in his specialty in South Africa. The sessions will be held in the recently completed buildings of the Cape Town University at Groot Schuur, which were planned by Mr. Solomon, an architect of distinction, who died recently. They are among the most beautiful in the country and are set in a picturesque environment. The program of the congress provides for three plenary sessions, which will be devoted to discussion on maternal mortality, diet in tropical climates, and medicolegal problems in general practice.An attempt is being made to establish a special subsection at the congress for the discussion of comparative medicine. At Onderstepoort, the veterinary

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