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September 2, 1893


JAMA. 1893;XXI(10):356. doi:10.1001/jama.1893.02420620032020

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The American Medical Association in California.  —Almost entirely through the efforts of our friend J. H. Parkinson, editor of the Occidental Medical Times, the National Medical Association voted to hold its next meeting in San Francisco. The society had about decided to go to Baltimore, when Dr. Parkinson in an energetic appeal carried the meeting in favor of San Francisco. Of course we are highly pleased with the result; the Association has come as near Los Angeles as we could reasonably expect this time.The advantages of this choice are numerous. In the first place, hundreds of the leading physicians will visit California and many of them will come to the southern part of the State; their object will be to see the country, but incidentally they will learn that this is the best summer resort in America. It will be a good thing to be sized up by the

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