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October 13, 1934

Medical News

JAMA. 1934;103(15):1158-1161. doi:10.1001/jama.1934.02750410048017

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ARKANSAS 

Dr. Vinsonhaler Retires from Practice.—  Dr. Francis Vinsonhaler retired from active practice, September 1, to devote full time to his duties as dean of the University of Arkansas School of Medicine. Dr. Vinsonhaler has engaged in practice in Little Rock for forty-two years, and since 1927 has been dean of the medical school. He is also professor of medical ethics.

Society News.—  The Mississippi County Medical Society entertained members of the faculty of the University of Tennessee College of Medicine, Memphis, in a reunion at Blytheville, September 14; among the speakers were Drs. Benjamin F. Turner, James B. McElroy, William Battle Malone, Joseph A. Crisler, James L. Andrews, Elmer E. Francis and Eugene M. Holder, and Orren W. Hyman, Ph.D.—At a meeting of the Greene County Medical Society, September 13, Dr. Jones H. Lamb, Paragould, spoke on the treatment of pneumonia.

CALIFORNIA 

Symposium on Heart Disease.—  The heart committee

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