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July 3, 1937

Medical News

JAMA. 1937;109(1):51-56. doi:10.1001/jama.1937.02780270053016

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Personal.—  Dr. Edward W. Pillstrom has been appointed health officer at Coal Hill.—Dr. James T. Tipton, Mountain Home, has celebrated the completion of fifty years in the practice of medicine.—Dr. Robert H. Johnson, Clarksville, has been appointed health officer of Johnson County.


Personal.—  Dr. John M. Kirby, Bakersfield, has been placed in charge of a newly created health unit in Monterey Country. —Dr. Edwin Vincent Askey has resigned as secretarytreasurer of the Los Angeles County Medical Association, an office he had held since 1934. Dr. Askey was recently elected to the board of education. He has been succeeded by Dr. George D. Maner as secretary of the society.

Society News.—  Dr. Arthur Elmer Belt, Los Angeles, addressed the San Diego County Medical Society, May 11, on "Fever Therapy in Gonococcal Infections." Dr. Frank Krusen, Rochester, Minn., addressed the society, June 17, on "Present Status of Physical Therapy."—Dr. Willard

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