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" The New York Medical Journal And The American Medical Association."
To the Editor of the Journal of the American Medical Association:In the Association Journal for July 23, 1892, is a letter from J. F. Jenkins, M.D., having the above caption, in which exception is taken to an editorial on " The American Medical Association" that appeared in the New York Medical Journal for July 16. The writer has misinterpreted the spirit of the editorial, apparently basing his misinterpretations on the ground that the editor of the New York Medical Journal is not a member of the American Medical Association. While this latter fact is true, it is also true that he takes a lively interest in the welfare of the Association and would gladly see it attain the commanding position that should be its province. But the writer overlooks the fact that in the journal referred to, as in all
DOMESTIC CORRESPONDENCE. JAMA. 1892;XIX(5):145–146. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02420050027010
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