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January 9, 1897


JAMA. 1897;XXVIII(2):93. doi:10.1001/jama.1897.02440020045018

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The Congress of Internal Medicine to be held at Berlin next June, will discuss chronic articular rheumatism, address by Bäumler; epilepsy, Unverricht, and morbus Basedowii, Eulenberg.

The Pan-American Congress.  —Between four and five hundred members attended the congress and enjoyed the hospitality of the City of Mexico and its beautiful scenery while participating in the great scientific meeting, which draws the ties between the great nations of the two Americas closer together. The wonderful energy and progress of Mexico in the last decade in scientific matters was duly acknowledged, and her enlightened government congratulated. An international committee of public health suggested by Dr. Trader was voted and organized ex profeso, its principal duty at present to draw up an international sanitary code. In the Section on Medicine, after the address on serotherapy by Dr. Lavista, various papers were read on malaria and its treatment. The physicians of the City of

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