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November 4, 1893


JAMA. 1893;XXI(19):702. doi:10.1001/jama.1893.02420710030013

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The object lessons that have been exhibited at the World's Columbian Exposition, have been of the greatest value to all the people of this country. Whether one attended the Exposition or remained at home, its effect will nevertheless be felt by all. Those who studied the exhibits carefully will put the lessons in practice, so far as is practicable at their homes, and thus the whole country will be the gainer.

There is one regret, that is that our noble profession, which is at once a science and an art, did not have a separate department in which all that distinctively belonged to the medical profession could have been collected and exhibited.

The Journal has from time to time since July last, given brief editorial accounts of some of the important exhibits of interest to medical men, but we are fully aware that we have merely glanced at some of

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