WE HAVE now finished a long and arduous conference. It would be unwise and even fruitless to end with a long dissertation on any subject.
In behalf of the dermatologists here, I wish to thank our distinguished invited guests for their excellent contributions to the conference. It is our hope the seeds they planted here will bear fruit in the years to come. As teachers and explorers in the fields of education, the fruition of their efforts would in part be their rewards.
I wish to thank those who made up the committees of this conference for their untiring efforts in planning, arranging, inviting and helping subsidize this conference. Such conferences do not just happen; they are a result of much thought and effort by many.
Our thanks go to the discussion leaders who steered their ships well through difficult seas.
By no means can we forget those of
CURTIS AC. Concluding Remarks. Arch Dermatol. 1965;91(4):318. doi:10.1001/archderm.1965.01600100034009
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