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First International Congress of Internal Medicine.
—The First Congress of the International Society of Internal Medicine will be held in Paris from Sept. 11 to 14, 1950. Among the papers to be presented at this Congress will be "Streptomycin and Neomycin: An Antibiotic Approach to the Chemotherapy of Tuberculosis" by S. A. Waksman, New Brunswick, N. J.; "Recent Advances in Our Knowledge of the Malarial Parasite" by H. E. Shortt, London, England; "Introduction to a New Cholesterol-Degrading Hormone" by A. B. Roy, Allahabad, India; "The Applicability of Hevesy's Method (Erythrocytes Labeled with P 32 in Physiologic and Clinical Studies of the Circulation)" by G. Nylin, Sweden, and "The Metabolic Effect of Pure ACTH-Protein and ACTH-Peptides in Cases of Rheumatoid Arthritis" by R. Luft, B. Sjögren and C. H. Li, Sweden. Members of the Congress are requested to send in their applications by Aug. 1, 1950. All correspondence concerning
News and Comment. Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1950;86(2):311. doi:10.1001/archinte.1950.00230140147011
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