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Section on Surgery and Anatomy.
—Dr. H. O. Walker, Chairman of the Section on Surgery and Anatomy, desires us to announce that those who wish to read papers before the Section at the coming meeting of the Association should forward titles either to his address, 27 Adams Avenue E., Detroit, Mich., or to Dr. Ramon Guitéras, secretary, 63 W. Fifty-fourth Street, New York City. It is desired to complete the program as early as possible.
Section on Diseases of Children.
—The preliminary program of this Section, for the annual meeting, at Atlantic City, N. J., June 5-8, 1900, is as follows:
SESSION DEVOTED TO THE CONSIDERATION OF SCHOOL CHILDREN.
Symmetrical Development, or Does Our Present School System Develop the Highest Powers of the Child?—E. Stuver, Fort Collins, Colo.School Break-Downs.—J. Henry Bartlett, Friends' Select School, Philadelphia.Eye-Strain.—Thomas H. Fenton, Philadelphia.Care of the Ear in School Children.—Louis J. Lautenbach, Philadelphia.
Association News. JAMA. 1900;XXXIV(12):765–766. doi:10.1001/jama.1900.02460120061023
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