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June 30, 1906

THE LEGAL RESPONSIBILITY OF THE PHYSICIAN FOR THE UNBORN CHILD.CHAIRMAN'S ADDRESS IN THE SECTION ON OBSTETRICS AND DISEASES OF WOMEN, AT THE FIFTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL SESSION OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. BOSTON, 1906.

JAMA. 1906;XLVI(26):1981-1984. doi:10.1001/jama.1906.62510530001001

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Abstract

INTRODUCTORY.  Since the last session of the Association in Portland, our Section has lost by death two of its Ex-chairmen, Drs. Dudley and Dunning, both of whom were members of the Executive Committee of the Section.Dr. Augustus Palmer Dudley was born at Phillipsburg, Me., July 4, 1853, and died in Liverpool, England, July, 15, 1905, of tuberculosis, at the age of 53. After completing a high school course he served an apprenticeship in an iron and steel manufactory, where he became a skilled mechanic. Then he began the study of medicine in the office of Dr. Seth Gordon and graduated at the Dartmouth Medical School, in 1877. After practicing four years in Portland, Me., he took the course of an interne in the Woman's Hospital, of New York.After a short service as assistant surgeon in the Woman's Hospital, in San Francisco, he returned to New York in 1884;

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