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Seventh International Congress of Neurology.—
The Seventh International Congress of Neurology will be held in Rome, Italy, Sept. 10-16, 1961. The scientific sessions will be conducted in the Auditorium de Via Della Conciliazione (Palais Pius).The following pertinent information is offered by the American Joint Committee on International Neurological Affairs at this time.The Congress will have three categories of membership: Active, open to members of the constituent national neurological societies of the Congress; Associate, open to qualified physicians and scientists having an interest in the Congress; Adjunct, open to interested nonprofessionals and to families of members of the Congress. Registration fees are $15.00 (or equivalent in Italian lire) for Active members; $10.00 for Associate members; $5.00 for Adjunct members. Fees are nonrefundable.American registration forms are in process of preparation. Registrants may attend free of charge all receptions of the Congress except the official banquet and the evening dance.
News and CommentANNOUNCEMENTS. Arch Neurol. 1960;3(6):737–739. doi:10.1001/archneur.1960.00450060125015
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