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September 28, 1929


JAMA. 1929;93(13):1004. doi:10.1001/jama.1929.02710130044023

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Medical Delegations to Brazil  Twenty-five physicians from Argentina attended the recent celebration of the first centennial of the foundation of the National Academy of Medicine of Rio de Janeiro. Five congresses were held during the celebration: the Brazilian Congress of Medicine, the Brazilian Congress of Eugenics, the South American Congress of Hygiene and Microbiology, the Pan-American Congress of Tuberculosis and the Brazilian Congress of Neurology and Psychiatry. Profs. G. Aráoz Alfaro and B. H. Houssay represented the National Academy of Medicine of Buenos Aires; a delegation composed of Dr. A. Bachmann, president of the delegation, and Drs. Speroni, S. Marino and J. R. Beltrán y Paolucci, the government of Argentina; Drs. B. Castrillón and J. Carreño, the local government of the province of Buenos Aires; Prof. R. Bullrich, the Faculty of Medicine of Buenos Aires, and Drs. Pizarro, Arata, Sayago, López Agrelo and Barilari, the universities and the profession of

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