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Chicago, Aug. 28, 1896.
To the Editor:
—In regard to the article in the Journal of the American Medical Association of Aug. 22 ("Another Diploma Mill in Wisconsin") I would like to state the following:On August 19 an article came to my hand which contained my name in connection with an unlawful institution called the Milwaukee University. I immediately sent a letter, of which I enclose a copy, to the said corporation. I also sent on the very same day letters to the States Attorney of Wisconsin, to the Secretary of the Board of Health of Wisconsin and to Dr. McDill, a prominent physician of Milwaukee, saying that I had nothing to do with that institution whatsoever, and asked the latter to make this known to his friends as far as lay in his power and to the medical society at large as far as possible; which he kindly
Wagner C. Dr. Carl Wagner Disclaims Connection with the "Milwaukee University.". JAMA. 1896;XXVII(10):552. doi:10.1001/jama.1896.02430880044010
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