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July 23, 1927

ITALY

JAMA. 1927;89(4):306. doi:10.1001/jama.1927.02690040046020

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Abstract

The Rarity of Chlorosis in Italy  At a session of the Società Medico-Chirurgica della Romagna, Dr. Testi of Faenza stated, on the basis of personal research, that chlorosis has almost disappeared from Italy, especially from certain regions. Similar observations have been made in foreign countries. Dr. Testi thinks that the cause for this improvement must be sought in an earlier and more rapid adjustment of the ovarian function, due to the modifications brought about in the psychology of present-day juvenile life.

Cession of the Military Hospital of Milan  The government has ceded to the Università libera Cattolica the buildings and grounds of the Ospedale militare de S. Ambrogio in Milan. On the 31,000 square meters of terrain thus obtained, the Università Cattolica is planning to erect a complete set of buildings, including a church, lecture halls, scientific laboratories, houses for professors and a boarding hall for students. According to a

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