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June 30, 1934

Medical News

JAMA. 1934;102(26):2208-2211. doi:10.1001/jama.1934.02750260054018

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ARIZONA 

Public Health Meeting.—  At the seventh annual meeting of the Arizona Public Health Association, Prescott, June 5-6, Dr. William P. Shepard, San Francisco, among others, spoke on "Present-Day Opportunities for the Practicing Medical Profession in the Field of Public Health"; Dr. Warren F. Fox, director, Imperial County Health Unit, El Centro, Calif., "Problems of the County Health Unit," and Mr. H. C. Moore, chief of the Los Angeles Station, U. S. Food and Drug Administration, "Menace of Spray Residue."

State Medical Election. —  Dr. Charles R. K. Swetnam, Prescott, was chosen president-elect of the Arizona State Medical Association at its annual meeting in Prescott, June 7-9; Dr. Meade Clyne, Tucson, was installed as president, and Dr. Clarence F. Harbridge, Phoenix, was reelected secretary. The next session will be in Phoenix. Out of state speakers included Drs. Dudley A. Smith, San Francisco, on "Menace of Rectal Suppositories—Care of Rectal Cases";

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