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Japanese Journal Gives Résumés in Other Languages.—In September, 1929, Nippon Ganka Gakkai Zasshi, published by the Japanese Ophthalmological Society, began to add to each article a short report in German, English, French and Esperanto.
Campaign Against Trachoma.—The International Anti-Trachoma Organization, the foundation of which was resolved on at the International Ophthalmological Congress in Amsterdam in 1929, was formed at Geneva during the last part of July. The meetings were held in the Palace of the League of Nations building. Forty delegates, the representatives of twenty-one different states, were present. Prof. Dr. Emile de Grosz was the presiding officer. The delegates had three tasks to perform: (1) to pass the statutes, (2) to form an executive committee and (3) to decide on the program of the near future.
The league's object is: (1) to further the cooperation of the various organizations for the prevention
Waite JH. News and Notes. Arch Ophthalmol. 1930;4(4):557–558. doi:10.1001/archopht.1930.00810120117012
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