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October 20, 1934

Medical News

JAMA. 1934;103(16):1239-1243. doi:10.1001/jama.1934.02750420051017

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Naturopathic Initiative Measure.—  A naturopathic initiative measure will be voted on by the electorate of Arizona, November 6. This measure proposes to create a board of naturopathic examiners to examine and license naturopaths, to exempt naturopaths from the basic science requirement, to license without examination naturopaths who have been practicing in Arizona for three years, to license without examination naturopaths who hold "certificates" from the American Naturopathic Association, Arizona District, to authorize naturopaths to practice in any hospital supported by public funds, and to confer on naturopathic licentiates the right to practice the healing art without express limitations.

The Indian Service Physicians.—  The Indian office, Washington, D. C., has approved the recent organization of the Indian Service Medical Society at Winslow with the following officers: Drs. Hudspeth E. Scoles, Tuba Citȳ, president; Marshall E. Burgess, Oraibi, vice president, and Le Roy Jones, Winslow, secretary. The area covered by the

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