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September 17, 1910

Medical News

JAMA. 1910;55(12):1032-1037. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.04330120054020

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Personal.—  Dr. A. Miles Taylor, San Francisco, chief surgeon of the Northwestern Pacific Railroad, gave a dinner August 27 to the surgeons of the road who had been in attendance at the meeting of the Pacific Railway Surgeons' Association.—Dr. Charles W. Decker, Palo Alto, is said to be seriously ill with rheumatism in San Francisco.—Dr. Louis P. Howe, San Francisco, has been appointed local surgeon of the Western Pacific Railroad for San Francisco and vicinity.

Stanford Adds to Medical School.—  A number of additions are being made to the medical school at Stanford University. Last year one wing of the museum building was set aside for an anatomy building, and this year two additional wings are being used, one to be devoted to bacteriology under the charge of Dr. Hans Zinsser, a newly appointed member of the faculty, and the other to pharmacology under the charge of another new

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