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April 19, 1902


JAMA. 1902;XXXVIII(16):1011. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480160033007

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One of the conditions often complained of in this country is the large number of medical colleges and the consequent unnecessary output of medical graduates each year. One of the good signs of the times is the fact that the evil is remedying itself gradually and surely. We recently noted the fact that the colleges in Ohio, especially in Cincinnati and Cleveland, were considering the advisability of combining. Some combination of colleges in Kansas City is also talked of, but it is only talk thus far. According to a circular just received, the two regular schools of Denver, viz., Gross Medical College and the Denver College of Medicine, have just combined, the name of the new school to be the Denver-Gross College of Medicine. It will be the medical department of the University of Denver. Each of the old schools agree to turn over to the new one all its

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