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The Seattle (Wash.) Times of December 26, announces the opening of the Pan-American Medical Congress on that date. The news comes to it by special dispatch; the number of physicians in attendance is given at about 1000, of whom 300 were Cubans, and a large number of Mexican delegates had arrived on a Mexican warship. Few, it says, were in attendance from South America, the distance being too great for any large representation. As an example of newspaper enterprise of a certain kind this special dispatch is rather interesting.
NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE. JAMA. 1901;XXXVI(2):112–113. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470020040006
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