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February 1930

THE PRESENT DAY TENDENCY OF DERMATOLOGY

Arch Derm Syphilol. 1930;21(2):163-165. doi:10.1001/archderm.1930.01440080003001
Abstract

This, the fifty second annual meeting of the American Dermatological Association is marked by several auspicious circumstances. Our farthest point west until now was reached seventeen years ago, when we for the first time crossed the Mississippi and met at St. Louis. Now we have crossed the continent and, like the old Greeks, joyfully acclaim the western sea. May we not believe that this is another evidence of the constantly accelerated march of dermatologic science, and that the leagues we have covered and the fields we have won are but an earnest of new quests to be pursued and of regions as yet unknown to be explored?

Another noteworthy matter is the issuing of a presessional volume which, while so far spoken of as an experiment, has already proved its worth in other similar bodies. I believe that it will be continued in this association, and that its effect will

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