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March 26, 1892


JAMA. 1892;XVIII(13):400. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02411170026009

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The circular of information published in another column shows the present status of the Pan-American Medical Congress. The general officers are announced formally, but the medical press and the entire profession have long since had the information and have applauded the selections. The publication of the " Regulations " gives to the profession the most accurate idea of the scope and purposes of the congress. It is declared in the opening paragraph that there shall be a series of these congresses, the number of years' interval having been merely left vacant. It would be a good plan to arrange for the next congress to be held either in Havana or Mexico two years hence, and thereafter let the meetings be held triennially. This would bring the American event a year in advance of the World's International Congress.

It seems that the congress has been incorporated, pursuant to the action of the National

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