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Copenhagen, Aug. 18, 1884.
The British Medical Association and their annual dinner, and the International Medical Congress— the two great medical meetings of the year—are closed, and much has been accomplished by the interchange of views by the physicians from all parts of the world. The meeting at Belfast was unusually good, and the address of Dr. Cuming, the President, was both interesting and eloquent. The Sections were well attended, especially the one of Therapeutics, which held its first session at this meeting.
Drs. Sayre, Daly and Shoemaker, of the American Medical Association, read papers before several of the Sections, and reflected much credit upon their profession at home. The annual dinner attracted much attention, the short addresses being unusually good. I was very much struck by the toast to our guests, and as it referred to a prominent member of the American Medical Association, I will give you, briefly,
PARIS LETTER. JAMA. 1884;III(11):304–305. doi:10.1001/jama.1884.02390600023011
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