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October 10, 1936

Medical News

JAMA. 1936;107(15):1228-1232. doi:10.1001/jama.1936.02770410050018

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Plague Infection.—  According to Public Health Reports, plague infection has recently been proved, by animal inoculation, in four ground squirrels received at the laboratory of the state department of public health from localities near Hackamore, in Modoc National Forest, Modoc County.

Society News.—  The Hollywood Academy of Medicine was addressed, September 24, by Dr. Fred L. Soper, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on "Jungle Yellow Fever: New Epidemiologic Entities in South America."—Dr. Oswald S. Lowsley, New York, addressed the San Francisco chapter of the Pan American Medical Association, September 23, on "Modern Renal Surgery," and conducted a clinic at the San Francisco County Hospital.—At a special meeting of the staff of Peralta Hospital, Oakland, Dr. Olin H. Garrison presented a case report on pernicious anemia and Dr. Edward F. Roberts, New York, gave an illustrated address entitled "Pernicious Anemia and Parenteral Liver Therapy." — The San Francisco County Medical Society

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