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July 26, 1919

Medical News

JAMA. 1919;73(4):279-285. doi:10.1001/jama.1919.02610300043017

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(Physicians will confer a favor by sending for this department items of news of more or less general interest: SUCH AS RELATE TO SOCIETY activities, NEW hospitals, EDUCATION, public health, ETC.)


New Tuberculosis Clinic.  —The first tuberculosis clinic was held by the Lee County Tuberculosis Association at Dixon, July 9, under the instruction of Dr. Russell E. Adkins, Springfield. In the afternoon Dr. Adkins conducted a similar clinic at Sterling.

Graduate Course Lecture.  —The seventh, lecture of the graduate summer quarter in medical sciences at the University of Illinois, Chicago, was delivered, July 23, by Prof. Leslie B. Arey of Northwestern University on "Giant Cells and Their Rôle in Bone Resorption."

Personal.  —Dr. Samuel J. Walker, Chicago, has been awarded a medal of the third class by the Greek government. —Dr. Anna Dwyer, Chicago, fell at Ravinia Park, July 11, fracturing her arm.—Dr. John S. Sweeney, Chicago, has returned

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