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—An organization to be known as the Southern California Anesthetists was formed at a meeting held in Los Angeles, last month.
—Drs. Anders Peterson and Charles E. Zerfing, formerly police surgeons of Los Angeles, have applied for passports to go abroad to make a study of leprosy and influenza. They expect to go first to China and to be gone for two years.—Drs. Laura T. Myers, Etta G. Gray and Lulu H. Peters, Los Angeles, are working together in Serbia.
Arrested Fourth Time.
—Three times acquitted on a charge of practicing medicine without a license, Armonda Dominguez, the "Miracle Man," of San Bernardino, is reported to be again facing a jury on the same charge.
Medical News. JAMA. 1919;73(23):1775–1781. doi:10.1001/jama.1919.02610490039021
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