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March 11, 1905


JAMA. 1905;XLIV(10):798. doi:10.1001/jama.1905.02500370046011

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It is by no means certain that the bill to regulate the practice of osteopathy in New York will meet the defeat which it deserves. At a hearing on the bill in Albany the senate chambers were packed with the advocates for this bill, while the great body of physicians of the Empire State were represented by not over a dozen men to oppose it. This fact shows the indifference of physicians in the Empire State to matters of such vast importance, not only to the profession but to the people. Would that the profession were united and not divided as it is, so that when necessary it could meet such questions with a solid front and be backed by the machinery of a strong organization. We hope the time is not far distant when such a happy state of affairs will prevail. A committee such as that which met

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