NEW YORK STATE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION

1884 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
of the Committee, delivered an address of welcome, and gave an analysis of the programme of the meeting, stating that fifty-four pa¬ pers had been received. Address by the President.-In it he laid special stress on the paramount importance of therapeutics in a sound medical education, and reminded his hearers that, however admirable a thing culture might be, it should not be allowed to take equal rank with the essential branches of the healing art. He strongly advised the adoption of the three
more » ... ption of the three years' graded course by the colleges, and drew a striking contrast between the old and new systems of medical training.
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