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August 6, 1927


JAMA. 1927;89(6):464-465. doi:10.1001/jama.1927.02690060044023

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Vindication of Marañón  Dr. Marañón was hardly out of jail, where he had been thrown for holding opinions contrary to those of the present government, when he was called to the royal palace to see a patient by special request of the queen dowager. Soon after hearings were held in his case, and at the first session the army court held that Marañón was absolutely free from guilt. In a previous letter mention was made of the fact that Dr. Marañón had already paid the 100,000 pesetas ($17,000) fine visited on him, regardless of the outcome of the court proceedings.

A Physician's Gift to the Home for Physicians' Orphans  The Prince of Asturias College, i. e., the home of physicians' orphans, has received a gift from a Madrid physician, Dr. Felipe Cea. Most of his fortune, namely, 617,000 pesetas (over $107,000) was willed for this purpose. Dr. Cortezo, chairman of