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December 23, 1911

Medical News

JAMA. 1911;LVII(26):2092-2096. doi:10.1001/jama.1911.04260120282025

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ILLINOIS 

Personal.  —De. Carl Bernhardi, Rock Island, was operated on at the Presbyterian Hospital, Chicago, December 11, and is reported to be making favorable progress.—Dr. Leon H. Tombaugh, Waukegan, who has been seriously ill, is reported to be improving.—Dr. Walter H. Watterson, Waukegan, treasurer of the Lake County Tuberculosis Institute, has resigned.

Auxiliary Antituberculosis Associations.  —Unusual activity is being shown throughout the state in the organized fight against tuberculosis. In the last few days auxiliaries to the State Association for the Prevention of Tuberculosis have been formed at Rockford, Joliet, Elgin, East St. Louis, Pontiac and Alton.—The United Church Society of Chicago Heights has become and active auxiliary of the state association and the Women's Club of Mount Carmel is looking after the organization of Wabash County. d—The United Church Society of Chicago Heights d become an active auxiliary of dstate ddthe Women's Club of Mount dis looking after dd

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