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June 11, 1887

THE MEETING IN CHICAGO.

JAMA. 1887;VIII(24):655. doi:10.1001/jama.1887.02391490011004

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Abstract

At one time it was thought that in view of the early meeting of the International Medical Congress there would be a comparatively small attendance at this thirty-eighth annual meeting. These fears, however, are now shown, as we go to press, to be groundless. As early as Monday evening about two hundred delegates and members were registered, and it is now probable that the attendance will not fall short of fifteen hundred. The programme of the Sections shows that the number of papers and addresses is greater than ever before, being almost double the number last year. So far as can be seen at present all portions of the country are well represented except the extreme West. It will be seen that the President's Address, on "Cell Antagonism," is out of the usual line of such addresses. As a paper on the subject of which it treats it may be

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