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September 3, 1927


JAMA. 1927;89(10):805. doi:10.1001/jama.1927.02690100067024

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The Fourth International Congress of Military Medicine  At the Fourth International Congress of Military Medicine in Warsaw, Colonel Caccia presented papers on transport of the wounded in active warfare in a mountainous country and on the results of traumas of the skull and brain and their treatment; Dr. Bernardinis, on the symptomatology of the sequelae of lesions of the skull and brain.

One Hundred Thousand Children to Be Sent to the Seaside or Mountains  By desire of Premier Mussolini, the number of poor children given free holidays in seaside or mountain colonies this summer will be not less than 100,000. The organization of this welfare work has been affiliated with a national organization of protection of mothers and children, with representatives in all parts of the kingdom.

Gifts and Legacies to Hospitals  The hospital of Parma has received a legacy of a million and a half lire from Sig. Battista

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