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September 1, 1900

Medical News.

JAMA. 1900;XXXV(9):563-570. doi:10.1001/jama.1900.02460350033012

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Abstract

Prof. K. Gegenbauer, professor of anatomy at Heidelberg, has resigned his chair on account of ill-health.

Sir Michael Foster, professor of chemistry at the University of Cambridge, England, is in San Francisco and will give a series of lectures on the science of physiology, at Cooper Medical College.

Prof. A. von Rothmund retired from the chair of ophthalmology at Munich on his seventieth birthday, August 1, after an incumbency of forty years, at which time his friends, pupils, and representatives of the municipality and local societies, etc., assembled to do honor to his farewell address.

The City of Moscow founded a prize in 1897 in honor of the International Medical Congress, to be awarded triennially to the author "whose works have contributed most to the progress of medical science." The Thirteenth Congress bestowed this prize of $1000 on the Spanish scientist, Professor Ramon y Cajal, of Madrid.

Lung diseases are

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