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To the Editor of the Journal of the American Medical Association:
Springfield, Mass., April 25, 1892.I enclose copy of resolutions adopted at annual meeting of Hampden District Medical Society, held in this city Wednesday, April 20. The district society is one of the sub-divisions of the Massachusetts State Society. I also enclose comments of the lay press regarding same.There is no question what the old and influential Hampden district medical society thinks of Dr. Keeley and his bichloride of gold cure. At the annual meeting, this week, resolutions were adopted by an almost unanimous vote, referring to the board of censors for action on the conduct of a member of the society, Dr. A. R. Rice, who has removed to Lexington to take charge of the new Keeley institute in that town. The utter contempt of the "regulars" for the Keeley "cure," which they declare is no secret,
Squier AO. DOMESTIC CORRESPONDENCE. JAMA. 1892;XVIII(19):591–592. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02411230021003
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