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American Electro-Therapeutic Association.
—The eighth annual meeting of this association will be held on Sept. 13, 14 and 15, 1898, at Buffalo, N. Y. There will be an exhibition of electric apparatus for diagnostic, therapeutic and radiographic work; a handbook of information will shortly be issued by the Committee on Arrangements. Hotel Iroquois will be the headquarters; John Gerin, M.D., secretary; Charles R. Dickson, M.D., president.
Post-Graduate Medical Schools.
—At the regular meeting of the Alameda County Medical Society the following resolutions were adopted:Whereas, It having come to the knowledge of this association that the post-graduate medical schools of Chicago, New York and Philadelphia are permitting the matriculation of irregular practitioners of medicine; therefore, be itResolved, that this association voices its denunciation of this lax practice as subversive of the distinction heretofore rightly made between regular and irregular practitioners of medicine.As regular students have been denied advanced
Overend EJ, Buteau SH. SOCIETY NEWS. JAMA. 1898;XXXI(6):315. doi:10.1001/jama.1898.02450060053026
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