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July 30, 1927


JAMA. 1927;89(5):385. doi:10.1001/jama.1927.02690050051023

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Changes in the Red Cross Society  By a recent royal decree, the central committee and the executive council of the Italian Red Cross Society have been abolished. In their stead a special commissioner (Dr. Pio Marta) has been appointed, who will perform the duties that attached to the aforementioned offices, and will also have the power to dismiss from service any member of the personnel of the society.

Scholarships for Women Physicians  The scholarships amounting to $264 in value, which, every year, the Ditta Medicinali Wassermann places at the disposal of the Associazione italiana fra le dottoresse in medicina e chirurgia, were awarded this year to Dottoressa Maria Rosso Lanzarini of Bologna, specialist in pediatrics, and Dottoressa Emilia Sorrentini of Rome, student of the clinical aspects of labor and social medicine. The committee on award was composed of Professoressa Borrino of Turin, Professoressa Carcupino of Salsomaggiore, and Dottoressa Di Vestea

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