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June 15, 1907

Medical News

JAMA. 1907;XLVIII(24):2034-2041. doi:10.1001/jama.1907.02520500040009

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ARIZONA. 

Personal.  —Dr. Robert Ferguson, Bisbee, has gone to Massachusetts for a prolonged visit.—Dr. Henry J. Warner, Safford, is reported to be critically ill with erysipelas.—Dr. William M. Bell, Phoenix, returned from St. Louis, May 16.

Hospital News.  —The members of the Nevada County Medical Society are considering the establishment of a sanatorium for consumptives near Prescott, and also a farm in the mountains where persons afflicted with consumption may make their homes, do light work and receive medical treatment.—The Odd Fellows are about to establish three sanatoria; one of these may be located at Safford.—Dr. Ray Ferguson, superintendent of the Territorial Insane Hospital, Phoenix, has ruled that patients whose minds are affected by drink or drugs shall not be admitted to the institution.

CALIFORNIA. 

Communicable Diseases.  —Scarlet fever and measles are said to be prevalent in Russiantown, Fresno. The inhabitants of this portion of Fresno insist on holding social

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