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June 10, 1933

BERLIN

JAMA. 1933;100(23):1877-1878. doi:10.1001/jama.1933.02740230055022

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Abstract

The Congress of Internal Medicine  The annual session of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Innere Medizin was held as usual in Wiesbaden, just after Easter. The political revolution made its influence felt also at this congress. In place of Prof. L. Lichtwitz of Berlin, who was chosen last year to serve as chairman, the congress was conducted by Professor Schittenheim of Kiel, the member of the directorate next in order, who will also serve as chairman at the 1934 session. In his address, he emphasized that this session marked a mile-stone in the history of the gesellschaft. He brought out the following significant ideas: As an important section of the German medical profession, it is the duty and the desire of the gesellschaft to do its part in promoting all forms of national development, in order that the progress of German culture and German intellectual life may be in keeping with

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