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June 18, 1892


JAMA. 1892;XVIII(25):790-791. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02411290028008

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The gathering of members of the American Medical Association in Detroit, during the past week, will be remembered as one of the most profitable of the forty-three annual meetings of this large body of American Practitioners of Medicine.

The attendance was large and included many men, whose names are household words in the medical world. Many were there whose attainments give them a firm and secure footing on the upper rungs of our professional ladder.

Three hundred and thirty papers on the official program attested the results of many hours of patient toil and thought to be freely, gladly given forth as so many units in a common treasury for the benefit of all.

The action of the Association in transferring most of the business that usually comes before the general sessions, to an executive committee, composed of three from each of the Sections, will be a most satisfactory time

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