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August 18, 1900

Medical News.

JAMA. 1900;XXXV(7):436-443. doi:10.1001/jama.1900.02460330040013

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Abstract

The British Medical Association will meet next year at Cheltenham, under the presidency of Dr. G. B. Ferguson of that city.

The agent at the Devil's Lake Indian Reservation in North Dakota has telegraphed the Department of the Interior that smallpox has broken out among the Indians and that there are now twenty-four cases on the reservation.

The Board of Control of the National Red Cross Association, at a meeting in Washington, August 11, discussed the attitude of the Association in case of a declaration of war between China and the allied powers. It is probable in this contingency that the association will co-operate with the Red Cross Association of Japan.

Medical men in the employ of the Russian government were forbidden to attend the Polish Congress of Physicians and Naturalists, soon to meet at Waraw. In reply to a protest from the committee of organization of the congress, the

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