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One of the most important of the National Associations holding their annual meeting contemporary with that of the meeting of the American Medical Association is the above named body. Its third annual session, recently held at Detroit, was most successful. Among the list of new members we observe Harvard represented by Prof. Harrington, and Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania by Prof. John B. Roberts. The membership now includes two-thirds of the regular schools of the United States, including nearly every well established reputable institution. The exception to membership is notably from the schools of the Southern States. The situation in the South is best explained in the statement of a representative of one of these schools in a communication withdrawing from membership in this body. He says unless certain other competing colleges in my locality join, we cannot remain a member, and consequently withdraw until such time as these colleges
THE THIRD ANNUAL SESSION OF THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN MEDICAL COLLEGES. JAMA. 1892;XIX(1):22–23. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02420010028006
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