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April 17, 1920


JAMA. 1920;74(16):1111-1112. doi:10.1001/jama.1920.02620160051017

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March 11, 1920.

A Special Day in Aid of Large Families  On the initiative of the societies and leagues that are working to increase the birth rate in France, a special day, March 9, has been set apart on which to solicit contributions. The proceeds of the day will be distributed throughout France among such large-sized families as the most in need of assistance.

Death of Prof. G. Rauzier  Dr. G. Rauzier, professor of clinical medicine on the Montpellier Faculty of Medicine, died recently at the age of 56. He became agrégé professor in 1892, and in 1907 he was appointed professor of general pathology and therapeutics. Two years later he exchanged positions with his former teacher, Professor Grasset, becoming thus professor of clinical medicine. The last edition of the Grasset treatise on the diseases of the nervous system was put out by Grasset and Rauzier working in collaboration. In

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