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The following correspondence which appears in the British Medieal Journal for July 1, gives Mr. Hart's views on our Association.
MEDICAL NOTES FROM AMERICA.
BY ERNEST HART.(From the British Medical Journal.)
The American Medical Association.
—The Annual Meeting at Milwaukee.—The Constitution of the American Medical Association.—Suggestions for its Amendment.—The City of Milwaukee.—Address on Epidemic Cholera.—The British Medical Journal.—The American Medical Editors' Association.—The British and the American Medical Association.The Milwaukee meeting of the American Medical Association was a very interesting, well-ordered, and lively meeting; the attendance was over a thousand, and from every part of the States. New York, which is heretical on the question of consultations with homœopaths, still holds aloof, but the Association is strong enough in the support of the most active-minded professional men in the States to dispense easily with
As Others See Us. JAMA. 1893;XXI(3):98–99. doi:10.1001/jama.1893.02420550032010
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