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October 6, 1928

Medical News

JAMA. 1928;91(14):1042-1046. doi:10.1001/jama.1928.02700140044018

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Lectures on History of Medical Profession.  —The dean of the University of California Medical School and the director of the extension division of the university are making arrangements to give a course of ten public lectures in San Francisco in which the history of medical science will be discussed by members of the medical profession in San Francisco. The topics will include the ideals of the profession, problems of public health, outstanding features of medicine today, and types of medical service rendered to the community. The date of the first lecture will be announced in due time.

Student Babies.  —With the assistance of thirty leading physicians around San Francisco Bay, the University of California Institute of Child Welfare

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