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—Dr. Luther L. Hill, Montgomery, recently gave a dinner in honor of the Montgomery County Medical Society.—Dr. Ralph McBurney, Tuscaloosa, showed a film on the relation of nutrition to dental health, December 10, before a joint meeting of the Tuscaloosa county medical and dental societies.—The Calhoun County Medical Society was addressed, Nov. 3, 1931, among others, by Dr. James R. Garber, Birmingham, on "The Doctor, His Office and the Patient." —At a recent meeting of the Conecuh County Medical Society, when it was entertained with an oyster supper by Dr. William R. Carter, Repton, Drs. Grady O. Segrest and Jacques H. Baumhauer, both of Mobile, spoke on treatment of diabetes and hypoglycemia, respectively.—Dr. Frank L. Chenault,
Medical News. JAMA. 1932;98(2):147–153. doi:10.1001/jama.1932.02730280055019
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