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October 19, 1912

Medical News

JAMA. 1912;LIX(16):1463-1469. doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04270100231016

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CALIFORNIA 

Medical Building Remodeled.  —The Leland Stanford Junior University, Department of Medicine, is said to be remodeling its medical building at a cost of about $35,000. The medical library has been moved into a new building and the space thus vacated is to be converted into laboratories. Additional space has also been provided for the out-patient clinics. The new library and the taking over of the properties of Cooper Medical College are to be commemorated the latter part of this month.

Personal.  —Dr. Carl von Noorden of the University of Vienna spoke at a special meeting at the Los Angeles County Medical Association, October 9, on "New Aspects of Diabetes."—Dr. Hugh Lagan, surgeon of the San Francisco fire department, was thrown from his buggy in a runaway accident, October 1, fracturing his left leg.—Dr. William F. Snow, Sacramento, president of the State Board of Health, has returned from Europe.—Dr.

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