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—Clinics formed a large part of the fifth meeting of the Fort Smith Clinical Society, June 28, in Fort Smith. Papers were presented by Drs. William T. Pride, Memphis, Tenn., among others, on "Repair of Old Lacerations at Time of Delivery"; Davis W. Goldstein, "Treatment and Control of Ringworm Infection," and Jess E. Little, "Public Health Aspects of Syphilis."—The Ninth Councilor District Medical Society was addressed in Eureka Springs, June 6, by Drs. Frederick H. Krock and William R. Brooksher, Jr., Fort Smith, on "Treatment in Intracranial Injury" and "Carcinoma of the Cervix Uteri," respectively.
State Society Awards Prizes.
—At the recent annual meeting of the California Medical Association in Pasadena, it was announced that
Medical News. JAMA. 1932;99(3):229–232. doi:10.1001/jama.1932.02740550043017