Society's Blood Bank Receives Award.—
The San Francisco Junior Chamber of Commerce presented its San Francisco Award to the Irwin Memorial Blood Bank of the San Francisco Medical Society January 18. The award was given "in appreciation for the outstanding humanitarian Service..." and "in recognition of the accomplishments made during its 9 1/2 years of existence in fostering, developing and promoting the donation of blood for the use of the citizens of San Francisco, and of the encouragement of volunteers to assist in its day-to-day operation."
Medical Treatment of Atom Bomb Casualties.—
A special course on this subject is being given at Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven. The 11 lectures, on 11 successive Monday afternoons at 4: 00 p. m., began February 19 in Brady Auditorium. Physicians are invited to attend without charge but are asked to register at the office of Postgraduate Medical Education at
MEDICAL NEWS. JAMA. 1951;145(9):653–657. doi:10.1001/jama.1951.02920270047018