August 16, 1930

Medical News

JAMA. 1930;95(7):539-542. doi:10.1001/jama.1930.02720070077020

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Society News.  —The Arkansas County Medical Society was addressed at DeWitt, July 15, by Drs. Charles E. Park, DeWitt, on "Diarrheas of Infancy"; Homer Dickens, DeWitt, "Management of Pregnancy," and Jasper E. Neighbors, Stuttgart, "Tannic Acid Treatment of Burns."—Dr. Walter J. Blackwood, Walcott, addressed the Craighead-Poinsett Medical Society, June 5, at Jonesboro, on infantile diarrhea.—The Arkansas County Medical Society was addressed at Stuttgart, June 10, by Dr. A. B. Jemison, on "The Scope of County Health Work."—Drs. Michael S. Picard and Guy A. Caldwell, Shreveport, addressed the Ouachita County Medical Society, June 5, on "The Crying Infant" and "Treatment of Wounds," respectively.


Clinic for Periodic Health Examinations.  —The Adult Health Center at the University of California Hospital

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