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February 25, 1893

GERMANY AND THE PAN-AMERICAN MEDICAL CONGRESS.

JAMA. 1893;XX(8):222-223. doi:10.1001/jama.1893.02420350028010

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Abstract

AN OPEN LETTER FROM PROFESSOR CZERNY, OF HEIDELBERG, AND REPLY BY SECRETARY-GENERAL REED.  (Translated from Deutsche Medicinische Wochenschrift, Jan. 12,1893, p. 47.)AN OPEN LETTERTo Claudius H. Mastin, M.D., LL.D., Mobile, Ala., President of the American Surgical Association, in reference to the Pan-American Medical Congress:

Honored Sir and Colleague:  —You were kind enough to extend to me, December 3, 1892, a personal invitation to attend the Pan-American Medical Congress, to be held at Washington, September 5 to 8,1893. According to the preliminary announcement, and to your communications, the Congress, in connection with the Columbian exposition at Chicago, will offer so many attractions that I exceedingly regret not to be able to accept so amiable an invitation extended to me by one of the most prominent members of the body of American physicians.As the reasons which prevent me from attending might be of interest to the German physicians, you

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