October 22, 1910

Medical News

JAMA. 1910;55(17):1478-1484. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.04330170058022

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Sanatorium for Hollanders.—  The Christian Benevolent Society for Consumptives has been incorporated to establish a sanatorium for the care of those suffering from tuberculosis. The institution will be located in South Denver and will receive Hollanders from all parts of the United States. The secretary of the institution is Rev. I. Van Dollen, Denver.

Women Elect Officers.—  The Women's Colorado State Medical Society, at its third annual meeting held in Colorado City, October 11, elected the following officers: president Dr. Mary Hawes, Denver; vice-presidents, Drs. N. Eugenia Barney, Sterling, and Emogene P. Sherman, Idaho Springs; secretarytreasurer, Dr. Kate E. Geiger Yont, Denver, and auditor, Dr. Alice B. Guthrie, Denver.

Personal.—  Dr. Horace G. Wetherill, Denver, was elected honorary president of the fifth International Congress on Gynecology at St. Petersburg.—Dr. Luke MacLean, Pueblo, has been appointed a member of the State Board of Medical Examiners, vice Dr. Carey K. Fleming,

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