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April 28, 1906


JAMA. 1906;XLVI(17):1291. doi:10.1001/jama.1906.02510440045009

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It is planned to have in the Scientific Exhibit at the coming session of the Association a representation of the methods and progress of medical science in America. The exhibit will be held in the spacious new laboratory buildings of the Harvard Medical School. These laboratories with the new museum will furnish unusual space and light for exhibition purposes. The exhibit will consist of specimens, models, diagrams, etc., and a large number of special demonstrations will be given. In part these will be on special subjects and will be given in small rooms adapted for the purpose, microscopes being used; in part, on subjects of general interest, the lantern and projection microscope being used in one of the large amphitheaters. There will be a laboratory in operation, showing laboratory methods as applied to diagnosis in medicine and surgery and to investigation. Few of the men working in special fields realize

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