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January 11, 1913

Medical News

JAMA. 1913;60(2):135-142. doi:10.1001/jama.1913.04340020043017

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CONNECTICUT 

Personal.  —Dr. Joseph H. Potts, New Britain, fell December 24, fracturing his right leg.--Dr. Stella Q. Root, Stanford, is ill with diphtheria.--Dr. W. G. Steadman, Southington, is ill and confined to the house.

Hospital News.  —The new shack for incipient tuberculosis in women at Undercliff Sanitarium was opened, November 11. It cost $10,000 and will accommodate twenty-four patients.Charter Oak Private Hospital has been incorporated at Hartford with a capital stock of $50,000.—There is urgent necessity of a new contagious disease hospital at Hartford caused by the recent refusal of the Hartford Hospital to receive patients with contagious diseases.

GEORGIA 

Personal.  —Dr. John H. Steed, Dalton, has succeeded Dr. Charles H. Fields, Marietta, as a member of the Board of Eclectic Medical Examiners.--Dr. T. W. Causey has purchased the property of the late Dr. Richard J. Nunn, Savannah, for about $50,000.

Protection from Tuberculosis Infection.  —An ordinance was adopted by the

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