October 13, 1906

Medical News

JAMA. 1906;XLVII(15):1199-1206. doi:10.1001/jama.1906.02520150055010

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Medical College Opens.  —The Atlanta College of Physicians and Surgeons opened for its fifty-second annual session, October 1. The exercises were held in the new building, which, when completed, will have cost about $100,000.

Personal.  —Dr. T. O. Powell, superintendent of the Georgia State Sanitarium, Milledgeville, is reported to be critically ill. —Dr. Percy L. Jones, Cedartown, now on duty at Fort Preble, Maine, will leave for Europe January 1.—Dr. William A. Jackson, Atlanta, a member of the Governor's Horse Guard, while on his way to the armory for duty, September 20, was assaulted by negroes. He was removed to a sanitarium and is reported to be improving.

Pasteur Institute Report.  —The board of governors of the Pasteur Institute and Laboratory of Georgia, Atlanta, held its sixth annual meeting October 6. During the year 471 patients were treated, with only 2 deaths. Three patients developed the disease after treatment

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