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Editor Journal American Medical Association.
—The enclosed note I send to-day to the Philadelphia Medical News. In simple justice I hope it will be published.
Editor of News. Dear Sir:
—I notice in my News received to-day that you make a point of the recent action of the Allegheny Co. Medical Society concerning the proposed International Medical Congress. Our Society has over one hundred and ten members. At the meeting where the resolutions you published were passed not over twenty members were present. Of these but few were familiar with the facts in the case. The resolutions were scarcely discussed except by the mover. As they were passed vivâ voce no record of the vote was kept, but I am assured that not over twelve, or one-ninth of the entire Society voted for them. To whatever weight that vote may have you are welcome, but simple justice to
Davis TD. THE MEDICAL NEWS' VERSION. THE ALLEGHENY COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY AND THE INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS. JAMA. 1885;V(7):194. doi:10.1001/jama.1885.02391060026011
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