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San Francisco, Sept. 21, 1906.
To the Editor:
—September 1 you published a letter by Dr. Dudley Tait in which statements were made derogatory to the good name of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of San Francisco. Each and all of those statements that in any way reflected on the college mentioned were incorrect. Regarding this case Dr. Tait secured no information and made no effort to secure information from the college authorities. He ignored the fact that this student secured advanced standing on good and sufficient credentials, and took his required work in the summer courses which this college was then conducting. He ignored the further fact that this student was in attendance in the freshman and sophomore years. I have no desire to infringe on your space, but I ask the profession to reserve judgment until both sides are heard. To go into details here would require
Hodghead DA. Interstate Reciprocity and Frauds in Medical Schools. JAMA. 1906;XLVII(14):1119. doi:10.1001/jama.1906.02520140054024
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