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To the Editor.—
I was pleased to read Dr. Leon Goldman's comments in the Archives (105:297, 1972) concerning real continued interest in the subject of venereology by dermatologists already in practice and, perhaps more particularly, by dermatologists now in training.At the New York University School of Medicine (Department of Dermatology), we are continually concerned about the problem, and our venereal disease intraining program is viable, all-inclusive, and enthusiastically approached. The program includes a VD clinic as part of our outpatient dermatologic facilities at the Bellevue Hospital Center, in which one of our residents rotates each month.Furthermore, the departments of obstetrics and gynecology are actively encouraged to refer all cases of gonorrhea to this particular clinic. Our associates in urology are also participating in our total-concept program. Almost without exception, they refer all of their cases of gonorrhea in both men and women to us.The part-time teaching
Allyn B. Venereal Disease Treatment Clinic. Arch Dermatol. 1972;106(1):129–130. doi:10.1001/archderm.1972.01620100103035
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