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March 10, 1934

Medical News

JAMA. 1934;102(10):773-778. doi:10.1001/jama.1934.02750100039018

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ALABAMA 

Personal.—  Dr. William A. Stanley, acting health officer of Blount County, has been appointed in charge of the Bullock County Health Department; he will be succeeded in Blount County by Dr. Samuel D. Sturkie, Jr., Collinsville. Dr. Cline V. Hendrix, Oneonta, recently resigned the latter post to return to private practice.—Dr. Arthur M. Shelamer, Union Springs, has been named health officer for Colbert County.

CALIFORNIA 

Society News.—  The Solano County Medical Society, Vallejo, was addressed, February 13, by Drs. Leo P. Bell and Donald McNeil, Sacramento, on "Lesions of Stomach and Duodenum" and "Gas Gangrene," respectively.—The Pacific Physical Therapy Association was addressed, February 21, by Drs. George K. Abbott, Glendale, and Walter A. Hodges, Pasadena, on "Surgical Aspects of Physical Medicine" and "Sanatorium Treatment of Tuberculosis," respectively.

Course for Health Officers.—  The University of California will offer a twelve weeks course of training for health officers, May 14 to

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