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New York, Feb. 27, 1885.
A scientific meeting of the Fifth, or Southern District Branch of the New York State Medical Association, was held in Brooklyn, on the 25th of February. It was the first meeting of one of the five subdivisions into which the parent association was organized at the annual meeting in November last, and it was an exceedingly successful and pleasant gathering. In his brief opening address the President, Dr. J. C. Hutchinson, of Brooklyn, said that the desire of the friends of medicine represented in it was ultimately to arrange for frequent meetings in Kings and other counties of the district. Having alluded to the remarkable process of the state association, which was joined by more than 500 members during the first year of its existence, he went on to say that mere numbers was not the object. The aim was to get the best material
P. B. P.. NEW YORK LETTER.. JAMA. 1885;IV(10):276–278. doi:10.1001/jama.1885.02390850024010
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