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October 11, 1930

Medical News

JAMA. 1930;95(15):1104-1108. doi:10.1001/jama.1930.02720150044016

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Society News.  —The annual state health conference, September 11-12, was addressed, among others, by Drs. Jesse D. Riley, State Sanatorium, on the care and treatment of tuberculous patients, and Frank Vinsonhaler, dean, University of Arkansas School of Medicine, Little Rock, "Rôle of the Medical School in Preventive Medicine."—The Craighead-Poinsett County Medical Society was addressed, August 7, by Dr. Homer A. Stroud, Jonesboro, on tularemia.—The Jefferson County Medical Society was addressed, September 2, by Dr. Joseph F. Gill, Pine Bluff, on typhoid.—The Tri-County Medical Society (Union, Ouachita and Columbia counties) was addressed, September 4, at Camden by Drs. Rufus B. Robins, Jr., Camden, on "Cardiolysis"; Morris S. LeDoux, Shreveport, La., "Modern Treatment of Syphilis"; Robert G. Douglas, Shreveport, La.,

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