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March 1928

News and Comment

Arch Derm Syphilol. 1928;17(3):396. doi:10.1001/archderm.1928.02380090113013

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New Hospital in Philadelphia.—  An institution to be known as the Skin and Cancer. Hospital of Philadelphia has recently been organized, with Edgar B. Moore as president. Mr. Moore is president of the Penn Worsted Mills and a director of the Benjamin Moore and Company paint manufacturers of New York.A building located at 806-808 Pine Street, Philadelphia, has been purchased to house this institution. After it has been remodeled and renovated, the institution will be in full running order for the reception and treatment of all classes of conditions of the skin.The building will also be equipped with laboratories for research work, especially for the investigation of the well known resistant and chronic forms of diseases of the skin and cancer.A board of directors composed of representative residents of Philadelphia has entered into the work with enthusiasm, and Dr. Albert Strickler is medical director.

Eighth International Congress 

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