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May 13, 1893


JAMA. 1893;XX(19):541. doi:10.1001/jama.1893.02420460023005

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A telegram in the daily press of May 7 says the International Medical Congress to be held in Rome, September 24, has been postponed on account of the cholera. We sincerely hope this is a canard, and that there is no necessity for such action, but if it has been taken, we can say to our European confreres that they may find it to their professional and personal interest to visit the American Medical Association, which will meet in Milwaukee, June 6—10, and at the same time view the wonders in the World's Fair; or, if more convenient, visit the Pan-American Medical Congress in Washington, September 5—8, which will be one of the most notable events in the medical history of America. The World's Fair will still be open to visitors.

While we regret exceedingly that there should be any occasion for the postponement of the Congress at Rome, and

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