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The Etowah County Medical Society was addressed in Gadsden recently by Drs. James O. Finney and Amos C. Gipson on "Complications of Peptic Ulcers" and "Immunization and Treatment of Acute Infectious Diseases" respectively.—At a meeting of the Calhoun County Medical Society, Anniston, recently the speakers were Drs. James A. Ward on "Obesity Associated with Endocrine Disturbances" and Hugh M. C. Linder on "Empyema Thoracis with Special Reference to the Chronic Stage." Both are from Birmingham. —Dr. John Ralph Morgan, Birmingham, discussed "The Treatment of Burns" before the Walker County Medical Society October 13 in Jasper.
New Office for State Society.—
The Arizona State Medical Association has opened offices at 202 Security Building, Phoenix, and employed Mrs. Kitty Ives Coleman as executive secretary. For the past three and a half years the association has had a part time assistant in a combined office with the Maricopa County
Medical News. JAMA. 1939;113(21):1885–1889. doi:10.1001/jama.1939.02800460039016
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