April 22, 1944

Medical News

JAMA. 1944;124(17):1212-1215. doi:10.1001/jama.1944.02850170048014

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Advisory Board for New Medical College.—  A physicians' advisory board for the new medical college of Alabama to be erected in Birmingham was appointed March 14 by Gov. Chauncey Sparks. Members are Drs. Wilbur M. Salter, Anniston, five year term; James S. McLester, Birmingham, four year term; William D. Partlow, Tuscaloosa, two year term, and Harry Lee Jackson, Birmingham, one year term.

Program on War Casualties for Civilian Physicians. —  The professional staff of Northington General Hospital, Tuscaloosa, presented a program for the Tuscaloosa and Jefferson county medical societies March 20 to show the army's medical department's progress in the treatment of war casualties. Among the speakers were:Lieut. Col. I. William Nachlas, M. C., Gun Shot Wounds.Capt. Frederick T. Becker, M. C., Penicillin.Lieut. Col. Thomas R. Wright, M. C., Pilonidal Cyst.Lieut. Col. Nicholas Michael, M.

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