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August 6, 1910

Medical News

JAMA. 1910;55(6):510-516. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.04330060062024

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School of Tropical Medicine.—  Plans have been formed by the health department of San Francisco for the formation of a school of tropical medicine for the study and treatment of tropical diseases in the port of San Francisco.

Few Fourth of July Accidents.—  According to official report of the chief surgeon of the Emergency Hospital, San Francisco, only five cases of injury were reported in San Francisco on the Fourth of July. Last year the number was forty-five and the year before more than seventy.

Advertising Doctor Goes to Prison.—  The appellate court in San Francisco has affirmed the judgment of the superior court against J. J. Arberry, who was charged with obtaining money under false pretenses. It was shown that he practiced medicine under the name of Dr. Taylor & Co. and accepted money from a patient whom he claimed had heart disease when there was nothing the

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