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August 21, 1937

Medical News

JAMA. 1937;109(8):592-597. doi:10.1001/jama.1937.02780340048017

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Committee on Syphilis.—  The state superintendent of public health has appointed the following committee on control of venereal diseases, suggested by the Arizona State Medical Association: Drs. Hilary D. Ketcherside, Phoenix, chairman; Howard M. Purcell, Phoenix, and William G. Shultz, Tucson, Two clinics are to be established, one at Phoenix and one at Tucson, according to Southwestern Medicine. Each will be directed by a part time physician, with a technician to carry out laboratory tests.


New Officers of State Board.—  Dr. William A. Snodgrass, Little Rock, was chosen president of the State Medical Board of the Arkansas Medical Society at its recent meeting; Dr. Lorenzo T. Evans, Batesville, vice president, and Dr. Leonce J. Kosminsky, Texarkana, secretary. New members of the board are Dr. Eugene A. Callahan, Carlisle, succeeding Dr. William T. Lowe, Pine Bluff; Dr. Daphney E. White, El Dorado, succeeding Dr. Albert S. Buchanan, Prescott, and

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