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Dr. Guy P. Slaughter, Little Rock, has been named field consultant in obstetrics to the state board of health. —Dr. Barnett P. Briggs, Little Rock, has been appointed acting medical director of the crippled children's division of the state department of public welfare.
The Cleveland County Medical Society has disbanded under this name and has affiliated with the Jefferson County Medical Society. The latter society was addressed at its September meeting in Pine Bluff by Drs. Thomas D. Moore, Memphis, Tenn., on "Ureteral Kinks and Strictures," and Robert Lyle Motley, Memphis, "Indigestion."—Among others, Dr. Henry King Wade, Hot Springs National Park, addressed the Ouachita County Medical Society, September 4, in Camden on "Carcinoma of the Prostate."
Dr. Kellogg Retires as Chief of Laboratories. —
Dr. Wilfred H. Kellogg, Berkeley, chief of the division of laboratories of the California Department of Public Health and credited with
Medical News. JAMA. 1941;117(17):1452–1455. doi:10.1001/jama.1941.02820430048018
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