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To the Editor:
—Replying to a letter on page 647, May 2, 1891, of The Journal of the Association, permit me to say, that at the last meeting of the Association in Nashville, I was invited to open the discussion on the medical treatment of diphtheria.The time limit is ten minutes; I occupied but six, as can be verified by reading my remarks in The Journal of October II, 1890. Now it is scarcely possible for one to be exhaustive on that subject, in so short a time. Much must be omitted, and I omitted much. Yet there was probably not a person who did me the honor to listen to me at the meeting, nor one who read my remarks in The Journal of the Association, with the possible exception of Dr. Kornig, who did not fully know and understand that I had already in the paper to
W. H. Daly. Letter from Dr. W. H. Daly, Pittsburgh, Pa.. JAMA. 1891;XVI(22):790–791. doi:10.1001/jama.1891.02410740034011