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Soon after the adjournment of the recent International Medical Congress in Washington, the action of that body in recommending Berlin as the place, and 1890 as the time, for holding the next International Medical Congress, was officially communicated to Professors Virchow, von Bergmann and Waldeyer, of that city. Through Dr. A. Martin, of Berlin, the reception of the communication has been acknowledged, and assurances given that they cordially accept the proposition to hold the Tenth International Medical Congress as proposed. The letter of Dr. Martin, addressed to Secretary-General Hamilton, gives assurance that so soon as the necessary preliminary conferences can be held, an official communication will be sent. This we shall take much pleasure in publishing as soon as it is received, and the columns of The Journal will be used freely for the promotion of the interests and success of the Congress to be held in Berlin, 1890.
THE TENTH INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL CONGRESS IN BERLIN, 1890. JAMA. 1887;IX(22):693–694. doi:10.1001/jama.1887.02400210021007
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