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May 31, 1902


JAMA. 1902;XXXVIII(22):1447. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480220033012

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The Saratoga meeting, the first in New York State for more than twenty years, ought to be—and promises to be—well attended. Occurring as it does at a popular summer resort with ample accommodations and many local attractions, it will afford a specially favorable opportunity for physicians to utilize it in their annual outing, of course without neglecting the scientific and professional opportunities of the meeting. The present is a suitable time for members to endeavor to interest their professional colleagues in the Association, which, while it has now over 11,000 members, should include a still much larger proportion of the profession. If each member made himself an active missionary for the increase of the membership the outsiders would soon be the exceptions and not the rule, and the Association would be the grandest and most powerful medical organization the world has seen. With all its growth up to the present

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