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September 26, 1931

Medical News

JAMA. 1931;97(13):935-938. doi:10.1001/jama.1931.02730130039017

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Marble Portrait Presented to County Society.  —A marble portrait of the late Dr. Elmore C. Thrash, Atlanta, was presented by Dr. James N. Brawner to the library of the Fulton County Medical Society, September 3. The bust, which is the work of J. Don Amazon, Atlanta, was unveiled by Dr. Thrash's 9 year old granddaughter, Betty Booker. The speech of acceptance was made by Dr. Joseph C. Massee, chairman of the library committee. Dr. Thrash formerly was president of the Fulton County Medical Society.

Society News.  —Dr. Stewart R. Roberts, Atlanta, among others, addressed the Twelfth District Medical Society, McRae, August 20, on hypertension.—Dr. Walter G. Elliott, Cuthbert, spoke on prognosis and treatment of hypertension before the Randolph

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