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The Committee of Organization of the Ninth International Dermatological Congress, to be held in Budapest, Sept. 13 to 21, 1935, under the leadership of Professor Nekam, has wisely issued a very full preliminary program. It shows several departures from the plans of previous congresses which will probably prove desirable. The greatest difference will be the time which is to be given to the consideration of the great dermatologic problems that are not purely scientific, i. e., technical, administrative and professional problems. Committees will be formed and conferences held on these nonscientific questions, and in order not to interfere with the scientific program the meetings of these committees and the conferences on general dermatologic problems will be held on September 13 and 14, preceding the opening of the scientific congress. The members of these committees are selected by the national dermatologic societies. The special committees will consist of: the permanent committee
THE NINTH INTERNATIONAL DERMATOLOGICAL CONGRESS. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1935;31(6):870–871. doi:10.1001/archderm.1935.01460240095013
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