Medicine: Pan-American Doctors

Large attendance (1,500) at the Pan-American Medical Congress in Dallas last week demonstrated clearly that Latin America no longer looks to Europe for medical education and that Anglo-Saxon America appreciates the fact. Practically every important U. S. and Canadian medical school had an attractive representative in Dallas. Great clinicians attended in person. Surgeon Charles Horace Mayo motored from Minnesota with Mrs. Mayo to the Congress. Surgeon George Washington Crile took a train from Cleveland.

Pursuant to a joint resolution of the U. S. Senate and House of Representatives, President Roosevelt telegraphed "cordial greetings."...

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