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July 26, 1941

Medical News

JAMA. 1941;117(4):302-306. doi:10.1001/jama.1941.02820300066015

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Society News.—  The Northwestern division of the state medical association was addressed in Moulton, June 26, among others, by Drs. Andrew L. Glaze, Birmingham, on "Prophylactic Treatment of Acne Vulgaris" and William N. Jones, Birmingham, "Cancer of the Female Reproductive Organs."

Personal.—  Dr. Iva G. Murphy, Eutaw, has been appointed health officer of Greene County.—Dr. Elisha M. Moore, Centerville, is now health officer of Sumter County.—Dr. John E. Garrison has resigned as chief of staff and chief of the obstetric and gynecologic departments of the Salvation Army Home and Hospital, Birmingham, after twenty-nine years' service. He will continue to serve the hospital in an emeritus capacity.—Dr. Rutherford O. Ingham, Athens, has resigned as health officer of Limestone County to accept a similar position in Johnson City, Washington County, Tenn. Dr. Frank M. Hall, Athens, who has been on leave of absence doing graduate work at Johns Hopkins University,

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