During his presidency of the American College of Surgeons from 1918 to 1920, Dr. William
J. Mayo helped revitalize contacts between European and American physicians. As a
result of World War I, many of the associations American physicians had had with their
colleagues throughout Europe were broken. Dr. Will worked to reestablish these connections
despite the difficulties caused by the state of the economy in Europe.
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