The Medical Bulletin: A Monthly Journal of Medicine and Surgery, Band 12

F. A. Davis, 1890

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Seite 184 - Berlin, from the fourth to the ninth of August. The arrangements in regard to a few general meetings and the main scientific work, which is delegated to the sections, are the same as in former sessions A medico-scientific exhibition, the programme of which has been published a few weeks ago, is to form an ingredient part. It is to the latter that the Berlin Committee is very anxious that both the scientific and the secular press should be requested to give the greatest possible publicity. The office...

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