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August 12, 1893


JAMA. 1893;XXI(7):244-246. doi:10.1001/jama.1893.02420590030011

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The Pan-American Medical Congress.  —The program of the Section on Pathology is as follows: Special attention of the profession is called to the practical demonstrations in Pathology, Photo-microscopy and Bacteriology.One session devoted to a formal discussion on the subject of cancer to be opened by Dr. Wernicke of Buenos Ayres, and, as co-referee, Prof. Allen J. Smith of Galveston. Papers on this subject have been promised by Dr. Joshua M. Van Cott, Honorary President of the section, and Dr. Joseph McFarland of the Advisory Council.Another session will be devoted to Yellow Fever, the discussion to be opened by Drs. Acosta and Grande of Havana, Cuba, and as co-referee, Dr. A. J. Amades of Puerto Rico, Honorary President.One day, two sessions, will be devoted to Practical Demonstrations, as follows:Dr. James E. Reeves of Chattanooga, of the Advisory Council: Practical Demonstration of the methods in Pathological Histology.Dr.

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