Medicine: Meetings

For the next two months it will be hard to find many an important doctor in his office. He will very likely be busy with the perennial series of medical conventions which ends with the American Medical Association at Atlantic City in mid-June, and which began last week with the American College of Physicians in St. Louis, the American Physiological Society in Memphis, the American Physical Education Association in Manhattan. Speakers produced a broad miscellany of useful information to add to the sum of man's knowledge about his mortal envelope. Items: Physicians

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