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Editors' Meeting in Tokyo, Nov 11, 1965.Those pediatricians who were permitted to attend the Eleventh International Congress of Pediatrics in Tokyo, Nov 7-13, 1965, will long remember the excellence of the scientific program, the courtesy of the Japanese hosts, and the careful planning of details which ensured the success of a great world-wide gathering. The Congress accentuated the spirit and stressed the need of international cooperation. Taking place at a time of political unrest and smoldering nationalism seeking self-expression at the expense of the rights of others, it fostered an atmosphere of good-will among far-flung peoples brought together by dedication to a common cause.An event of special importance occurred on Nov 11. With the Editor-in-Chief of American Journal of Diseases of Children acting as Chairman, and with a gracious host from Tokyo (Mr. Hiroyoshi Fujizane, publisher of the Japanese Journal of Pediatric Practice), a convocation was held of the
News and Comment. Am J Dis Child. 1966;112(1):96–98. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1966.02090100132030
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