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Fourth International Congress of Pediatrics.—The American committee for the Fourth International Congress of Pediatrics, to be held in Rome, wishes to call attention to the final dates which have been fixed, namely, Sept. 27 to 30, 1937.Tentative plans for the congress which have recently been announced by the central committee are as follows: The first day is to be devoted to a consideration of "Mineral and Water Metabolism in Infancy." This subject will be discussed by Drs. James L. Gamble, of Boston; E. Freudenberg, of Marburg; Noah Morris, of Glasgow; Czapo, of Budapest; Gorter, of Leyden; Speransky, of Moscow; Von Reuss, of Vienna; Toverud, of Oslo, and others.The second day will be devoted to "Tuberculosis in Infancy." Among those already scheduled to participate in the discussion are Drs. Chester Stewart, of Minneapolis; Dufour, of Lyon; Brinchmann, of Oslo; Capon, of Liverpool; Wallgren, of Göteborg; Debré and
News and Comment. Am J Dis Child. 1937;53(6):1568–1569. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1937.04140130146016
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