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July 25, 1908

Medical News

JAMA. 1908;LI(4):324-329. doi:10.1001/jama.1908.02540040056011

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Personal.  —Drs. Robert Levy, Paul Gengenbach, and S. Simon are spending the summer in Germany.

State Society Meeting.  —The thirty-eighth annual meeting of the Colorado State Medical Society will be held in Denver, September 8 to 10.

Cerebrospinal Meningitis.  —About 200 cases of epidemic cerebrospinal meningitis have occurred at Louisville, Colo., with a mortality of 80 per cent.

Postgraduate Instruction.  —The Denver and Gross College of Medicine announces that postgraduate courses of instruction will be given during July and August.

New Jewish Hospital at Denver.  —The National Jewish Hospital for Consumptives at Denver has just opened a new building which doubles its former capacity. It now houses 130 patients. The opsonic treatment for tuberculosis will be extensively used under the direction of Dr. Saling Simon. Dr. R. Mogulessky, formerly of New York, is the new bacteriologist. He was appointed on the recommendation of Dr. Knopff. This hospital is non-sectarian

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