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Recognition in the USA In February, we published a letter from Mr C. J. Hawksworth, from Winchester, USA. We now have a caveat from Mr C. Shearer, living in the Pacific Northwest, to the effect that he believes Mr Hawksworth’s letter to be ‘very misleading ’. He writes: The impression one has from his letter is that all one needs to do to become registered in the USA is to have a note from the Institution, along with details of one’s college training. Mr Hawksworth does not appear to realise that each State in the USA has its own rules and regulations regarding professional registration. While I do not claim to know the rules and regulations for each State, I have heard that some States are very ‘easy-going’ and relaxed regarding registration. Mr Hawksworth appears to have the good fortune of residing in such a State. Verulam