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June 11, 1932


JAMA. 1932;98(24):2151-2152. doi:10.1001/jama.1932.02730500117021

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Congress of Internal Medicine  The Kongress für innere Medizin was held this year in Wiesbaden. In surveying the results of the session, two objectives in contrast with congresses of recent years were sought by the organization committee: accentuation of the clinico-medical point of view in the official papers of the first three days and—with a certain inner connection—the limitation of the number of individual communications to about half the number presented in previous years. The successful accomplishment of the new program was due primarily to the initiative of the chairman, Professor Morawitz of Leipzig, who has been called to Berlin, as the successor of Professor His, to occupy the chair of internal medicine and serve as director of the first Medizinische Universitätsklinik. The first day's session was held in collaboration with the Deutsche pharmakologische Gesellschaft, whose chairman, the pharmacologist Prof. O. Loewi of Graz, pointed out the inner relations and

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