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—It is sometimes a useful aid, in judging of current events, to project the thoughts into the future and consider the light in which the present will appear in history. With no other than fraternal sentiments, a personal application of this remark is commended to those who have taken an attitude of opposition to the arrangements for the International Medical Congress which is to hold its ninth session in America in 1887. The history of this Congress will be written. This Congress will be regarded hereafter as one of the most important of the events embraced in the annals of American medicine. All the circumstances connected with it will be on record. In this article will be noted, for the benefit of the future historian, facts which have occurred up to the present date. Where could they be more properly chronicled than in the columns of the Journal of
DATA FOR THE HISTORY OF THE NINTH INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL CONGRESS. JAMA. 1885;V(5):136–138. doi:10.1001/jama.1885.02391040024008
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