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March 20, 1926

Medical News

JAMA. 1926;86(12):877-882. doi:10.1001/jama.1926.02670380067023

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Another Foreign "Graduate" Arrested.  —Paul Sandfort, who was recently arrested in Berkeley and released under $1,000 cash bail, is reported to have had surgical instruments, medicines, a folding operating table, and a stamp which read "Paul S. Sandfort, M.D., Ph.D.," among his effects. In 1919, the New York Board of Medical Examiners reported that a Paul Sandfort had some difficulties in that state and that he claimed to have been graduated in medicine at the University of Berlin; an inquiry addressed to the university about that time disclosed, however, that Paul Sandfort was not a graduate in medicine of that school.

Society News.  —The Southern California Medical Association will meet at San Diego, March 26-27. Clinics will be

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