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July 22, 1944

Medical News

JAMA. 1944;125(12):858-861. doi:10.1001/jama.1944.02850300038015

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ARKANSAS 

Hospital Receives Physician's Equipment.—  The late Dr. Charles S. Hale, who died in March at Cisco, Texas, bequeathed all his medical and surgical equipment to St. Bernard's Hospital, Jonesboro. Newspapers May 1 reported that the hospital had already received the equipment.

CALIFORNIA 

Venereal Disease Control Institute.—  An institute on community control of venereal diseases opened at the University of California, Los Angeles, July 17, to continue for three weeks. The institute is in charge of Dr. Nels A. Nelson, Baltimore, deputy state health officer, bureau of communicable diseases, Maryland State Department of Health.

Personal.—  Morris A. Stewart, Ph.D., associate professor of parasitology, University of California, Berkeley, is to spend three months in Bolivia with headquarters in Santa Cruz. Science reports that Dr. Stewart's work on parasitic diseases and means for their control will be used by the Bolivian government in its program for the economic development of the country.

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