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—The meeting of this organization at Copenhagen, having closed its sessions, is described by correspondents as having been highly satisfactory in all respects. The number in attendance was not so great as in London, three years previously; but the papers read and questions discussed were of general scientific interest and practical value. The invitation given by the American Medical Association, through its delegates, to hold the next meeting of the Congress in Washington, in 1887, was accepted. And it will be both the duty and the pleasure of the profession in this country, to make such preparations as will render that meeting equal in all respects, if not superior, to the one held in London in 1881.
International Medical Congress.. JAMA. 1884;III(9):241. doi:10.1001/jama.1884.02390580017005
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