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January 3, 1942

Medical News

JAMA. 1942;118(1):58-61. doi:10.1001/jama.1942.02830010060019

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Refresher Courses.—  The University of California Medical School will offer a refresher course on "Clinical Aspects of New Therapy" in Toland Hall, University of California Hospital, San Francisco, January 5-7. Designed to meet the needs of practicing physicians, the course will include the following subjects: sulfonamide drugs, drugs used on the central nervous system, organotherapy, and drugs used in treatment of diseases of the adrenal glands; new drugs acting on the heart and circulation, and clinical aspects of nutrition. Members of the faculty will participate. Complete programs may be obtained from the Dean's Office, University of California Medical School, San Francisco.

Effects of Different Lunches on School Children.—  The state defense nutrition committee, the department of public health and the University of California Medical School, San Francisco, are cooperating in a two year nutrition study among school children in Santa Barbara County, to begin early this year. The study

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