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October 20, 1883

Medical Honors.

JAMA. 1883;I(15):457. doi:10.1001/jama.1883.02390150021006

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Abstract

—Drs. F. S. C. Grayston and R. F. Blount, two prominent medical practitioners in Indiana, have recently been complimented with the honorary degree of Master of Arts, by the Butler University, at Indianapolis.

M. Thuillier, a scientist, and member of the French Cholera Commission, sent to Egypt under the direction of M. Pasteur, to investigate the cause or causes of the cholera prevailing there, has died from the disease contracted in the cholera hospital of Ghedid, in Alexandria.

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