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July 13, 1901

Medical News.

JAMA. 1901;XXXVII(2):119-124. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470280043017

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Abstract

COLORADO.  Dr. Charles Denison, Denver, sails for Europe on the Campania, July 13, to attend the British Congress of Tuberculosis.

New Medical Law.  —The effect of the new medical law is being felt. On June 16, a "doctor of psychology" was fined $50 and costs for practicing medicine without a license.The National Hospital for Consumptives, Denver, has received donations of $25,000 from W. Guckenheim's Sons, of New York, and $5000 from S. Grabfelder, of Louisville, to be applied to the building fund.

Tuberculosis in Colorado.  —Dr. Henry Sewall, Denver, in a report made to the state medical society, stated that in the sixteen months to May 1, 1901, 1674 deaths from tuberculosis were reported. In 970 cases the disease originated outside of Colorado. In 480 eases, the origin was not given. In 224 cases or 13.32 per cent, the disease originated in Colorado.The Colorado Maternity and Children's Hospitals

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