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January 20, 1912

Medical News

JAMA. 1912;LVIII(3):201-210. doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04260010203018

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Abstract

ALABAMA 

Antituberculosis Association Formed.  —At a mass meeting of the citizens of Tuscaloosa, December 14, the Tuscaloosa County Antituberculosis Association was organized and John Y. Graham was elected president and Dr. James T. Searcy a director.

Tuberculosis Hospital for Convicts.  —Contracts have been let by the state convict department for the erection of a tuberculosis hospital at Wetumpka, to accommodate at least ninety patients. The buildings are to be erected within a mile of the courthouse at Wetumpka, on a high hill thickly covered by pine trees.

Personal.  —Dr. Hamilton R. Coston, Birmingham, fractured his arm while cranking his automobile, December 5.—Drs. George A. Hogan, Birmingham, and John T. Kent, Ensley, have been appointed state convict physicians, vice Drs. Sidney J. Vann, Fort Payne, and Elbert T. Fields, Ensley.—Dr. Harry T. Inge. Mobile, has been appointed chief surgeon of the Mobile and Ohio Railroad Company, vice Dr. Rhett Goode,

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