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To the Editor: Soon after I had presented my paper on "The Education of the Dermatologist in the Soviet Union" at the Sun Valley meeting of the A. D. A. last June, I received a 13-page letter from Dr. N. M. Turanov, director of the Central Scientific Institute for Investigation of Dermatology and Venereology in Moscow. In this carefully detailed reply to questions I had posed in a letter to him dated Feb. 3, 1958, Dr. Turanov gave a comprehensive account of graduate education and research activities of the Institute. Since my presentation had to be completed without benefit of such pertinent and direct information as contained in Dr. Turanov's letter, I should like to ask that the following digest of his statements—so far as they bear on what was said in my paper—be made available to readers interested in the subject.
It is pointed out by Turanov that
Obermayer ME. EDUCATION OF THE DERMATOLOGIST IN RUSSIA. AMA Arch Derm. 1959;79(2):226–227. doi:10.1001/archderm.1959.01560140088012
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