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January 5, 1901

EDITORIAL CHANGE IN THE PHILADELPHIA MEDICAL JOURNAL.

JAMA. 1901;XXXVI(1):38-39. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470010042007

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Abstract

Dr. George M. Gould has retired from the editorship of the Philadelphia Medical Journal, Drs. John Hendrie Lloyd and Julius L. Salinger assuming charge of the editorial management. This announcement will be a surprise to most of our readers, as it was supposed that Dr. Gould was inseparably connected with that journal. We doubt, however, if he will stay out of medical journalism long, as it is a work he loves and for which he is well fitted. He has always stood for high ideals in medicine and medical journalism and his continued absence from the editorial ranks would be a loss. While it is reported that the Philadelphia Medical Journal has sunk a large amount of money in the three years of its existence, this does not reflect on the editorial management, but rather on the lack of business sagacity of those who put money into it. It does

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