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August 2, 1919

Medical News

JAMA. 1919;73(5):344-351. doi:10.1001/jama.1919.02610310038016

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New Wing for Clinic.  —The Memorial Laboratory and Clinic for the study and treatment of nephritis, gout and diabetes, founded by the late Dr. Nathaniel Bowditch Potter of New York City, is about to occupy a new wing of the Santa Barbara Hospital, which will be utilized as a complete metabolism unit.

Dr. A. E. Taylor to Deliver Lane Lecture.  —The Lane Medical Lectures, which are held biennially at the Stanford University Medical School, will this year be given by Dr. Alonzo Engelbert Taylor, professor of physiologic chemistry at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Taylor has been representative secretary of agriculture on the War Trade Board for the past two years, and his lectures will deal with the

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