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MEETING OF THE WORLD MEDICAL ASSOCIATION

JAMA. 1952;150(1):36. doi:10.1001/jama.1952.03680010042010.
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Only a few weeks remain for those who will attend the coming meeting of the World Medical Association to complete their plans. The meeting will be held in Athens, Greece, Oct. 11-17. The last day will be devoted to the third annual session of medical editors of the world.

The patron for the sixth general assembly will be His Majesty the King of Greece. The assembly will meet in the parliament building. Registration will be on Saturday, Oct. 11, the opening session on Sunday, Oct. 12. While much of the time of the assembly will be devoted to the presentation and discussion of medical problems throughout the world, there will be in addition a scientific program as follows: Some Side Issues in Antibiotic Therapy, by Sir Alexander Fleming, Nobel Prize winner for his pioneering work with penicillin; Congeneric Hemolytic Anemias in Greece, by Dr. K. Horemis, professor of pediatrics, National

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