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October 21, 1939

Medical News

JAMA. 1939;113(17):1573-1576. doi:10.1001/jama.1939.02800420047016

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Annual Symposium on Heart Disease.—  The tenth annual postgraduate symposium on heart disease, given by the heart committee of the San Francisco County Medical Society, will be held at the University of California Hospital, Stanford University Hospital and San Francisco Hospital, San Francisco, November 16-18. The course will include demonstration of patients, ward rounds and special instruction in roentgen examination and electrocardiography. At the dinner meeting the opening night Dr. William Dock, professor of pathology at Stanford, will speak on "The Treatment of Heart Disease Since Queen Bess."

Resolutions of an American Legion Post.—  Service Clubs Post No. 546 of the American Legion of the Department of California, at Los Angeles, comprising mostly men of executive rank in their own organizations who are former officers in the military service, has unanimously adopted two resolutions. In the first resolution, the post stated that military mobilization would require thousands of doctors and, since only about 20 per cent of those applying for admission to medical schools at present are admitted

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