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September 2, 1922


JAMA. 1922;79(10):841. doi:10.1001/jama.1922.02640100061028

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Women Complete Bacteriologic Courses  Fourteen young women who took a year's course in laboratory diagnosis, after receiving fellowships from the public health department, have completed their courses and have been granted their diplomas. These young women will be employed in several branches of the public health department. In view of the success of this course, which was in charge of Dr. Perrín, a similar one will be offered next year.

New Public Health Journal  The department of public health has begun the publication and free distribution of a public health fortnightly entitled Mensajero de Salud. The editors are Drs. Pruneda and Ochoa, two veterans in public health propaganda.

Proceedings of the Sixth Medical Congress  The second and last volume of the transactions of the Sixth Medical Congress, held at Toluca in 1920, is just out. The book has been published through a subsidy of the government secured by the action

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