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The Feeling and Action of the Profession in Regard to the Proposed International Medical Congress; Wholesale Withdrawal from Participation in it—More Money for the University of Pennsylvania—The Women's Medical College; Facilities for Study; Arterio-Venous Aneurism—What the Women Write their Theses About.The matter which at this time is most in the mind of the medical profession in this city is the prospect in regard to the proposed meeting of the International Medical Congress, in Washington, in 1887. It has been feared that the stirring up of sectional jealousy which took place in New Orleans, at the instigation of certain men who thought better of themselves than the committee on organization thought of them, might lead to action on the part of the enlarged committee which would make it impossible for a number of the original committee, and of their appointees, to retain their positions
C. W. D.. DOMESTIC CORRESPONDENCE: LETTER FROM PHILADELPHIA. JAMA. 1885;V(2):51–53. doi:10.1001/jama.1885.04470010023012
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