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December 2, 1893


JAMA. 1893;XXI(23):861-862. doi:10.1001/jama.1893.02420750031010

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The American Medical Association Journal.  —Let it be remembered by every State Medical Society in America, and by every district or sectional society, that the American Medical Association is the only officially organized body of the profession. With a loyal, energetic effort on the part of the present membership of this society, aided and abetted by the Association Journal, which,under the present management is improving in every issue, there can be no doubt that within a very short time the membership of the Association can be quadrupled, and it will not be long until it surpasses in numbers, strength and influence the British Medical Association.With such a support, both moral, scientific, and financial, what have we not a right to expect from the Journal? Indeed it will soon be the leading medical journal in the world.—St. Louis Medical Mirror.

Change of Date of Meeting—Official Notice.  —In order to

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