September 27, 1913

Medical News

JAMA. 1913;61(13_part_1):1052-1055. doi:10.1001/jama.1913.04350130046017

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Sanatorium Campaign Launched.  —The Sisters of Mercy eight-day campaign for $100,000, which is to help pay for a home for girls and a sanatorium for the Home for the Aged, to be located in Aurora, was launched September 16. Already there has been $10,000 subscribed and Bishop Muldoon has promised that he would give $1,000 for every $10,000 raised by the people of Aurora and vicinity.

Personal.  —Dr. Charles F. Sanborn, Chicago, has succeeded Henry L. Bailey as warden of the Cook County Hospital.—Dr. W. P. Woodard, Cherry Valley, sustained painful injuries of the wrist while leaping from a street car, September 12.—Dr. and Mrs. H. S. Worthley, Joliet, have returned from Europe.—Dr. Oscar B. Edmondson, Clinton, was operated on September 10 for appendicitis and is reported to be doing well. —Dr. Isaac Moore, Alton, suffered a cerebral hemorrhage at his home, September 9.


Educational Campaign Against Tuberculosis. 

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