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Chicago, Dec. 8,1893.
To the Editor:
—Kindly announce in the Journal that the Faculty and Trustees of Rush Medical College have decided to introduce a resolution at the next meeting of the American Medical College Association that all students who begin their studies in 1895 with a view of graduating in 1899 will be required to attend four full courses of lectures in a medical college, of not less than six months each. Providing that graduates of universities and colleges which give a suitable scientific course may be admitted to the second year in the medical college, and also that graduates from schools of pharmacy that require three years of study and an adequate preliminary education, and graduates of dental schools requiring two years of study and adequate preliminary education will be admitted to the second year in the College. I am, yours very truly,
Ingals EF. Rush Medical College. JAMA. 1893;XXI(25):950. doi:10.1001/jama.1893.02420770040011
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