JAMA. 1932;98(26):2298-2300. doi:10.1001/jama.1932.02730520040017.
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Biologic Effects of Meteorological Factors  At the last Congrès national d'hygiène, it was decided to organize an official conference to study the influence of various meteorological elements on the organisms of man and animals. The program of this conference, which is to be held, July 10, at the Institut de Pasteur de Paris, has now been worked out by the organization committee and communicated to the press, in order to provoke inquiries and to stimulate, in the various countries, medical observations, which the conference will gladly accept. The program is as follows: (1) general statement of the problem; action of various meteorological factors on the organism, to be presented by Dr. Lesage, member of the Academy of Medicine, and former president of the Société de médecine publique; (2) exhibit of instruments and scientific procedures that meteorology can place at the disposal of biology, in charge of General Delcambre, inspector general


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