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The Anglo-American Medical Association of Berlin, an organization formed to promote the scientific and social interests of American and British physicians in that city, has issued a pamphlet of eighty pages which proves to be a miniature Baedecker for American and English medical men desiring to pursue studies in that city. It contains a very extensive list of courses in medicine to be had in Berlin, giving name of instructor, address, course, fee, etc. The society has recently moved into its new rooms and headquarters in the Hotel Atlas, Friedrichstrasse, 105. American physicians visiting Berlin will be welcomed there and given aid with information in regard to courses, clinics and lodgings.
The Anglo-American Medical Association of Berlin, 1911-12.. JAMA. 1912;LVIII(19):1470. doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04260050146037
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