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April 27, 1901

Association News.

JAMA. 1901;XXXVI(17):1193-1194. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470170039020

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Abstract

The Growth of the American Medical Association.  —As the time draws near for the Association's next annual meeting, interest in its affairs naturally grows more active among the profession at large. As to the meeting itself, which is to be held in St. Paul on the 4th, 5th, 6th. and 7th of June, there can be but one opinion and but one confident expectation, namely, that it will be at least the equal of any former meeting of the same body, whether from the point of view of the scientific work that will be done or from that of a reunion of the best elements of the American profession. As one annual meeting after another approaches, however, one's thoughts turn more and more on questions more closely bearing upon the Association's future usefulness than most of the proceedings that are likely to mark the occasion. The American Medical Association has

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