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Fourth International Congress of Military Medicine and Pharmacy
This year, the Fourth International Congress of Military Medicine and Pharmacy was held at Warsaw. The first congress was held at Brussels in 1921 on the initiative of Belgium, and the second and third were held in Rome and in Paris, respectively. This time Poland organized a meeting, important from social, political and medical points of view, because of the situation of Warsaw in the heart of Central Europe, and instructive to a high degree because of the important work which was reported there. Most of all, this medical military meeting exemplified in a brilliant fashion the perfect organization of Poland. The aid which the government of Poland gave to all the receptions contributed to the success of the congress, at which thirty-six nations were represented. Each report was the origin of conclusions which were transmitted to all governments:
FIRST QUESTION: EVACUATION
POLAND. JAMA. 1927;89(7):537–538. doi:10.1001/jama.1927.02690070047024
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