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Change in Health Officers.—
Dr. John I. Mitchell, Haleyville, has been appointed health officer of Winston County, succeeding Dr. William A. Dodson Jr., Double Springs, who resigned to accept a position with the U. S. Public Health Service.
The Northwestern division of the Medical Association of Alabama was addressed at Berry, October 21, by Drs. M. Vaun Adams, Mobile, on "Treatment of Cerebral Complications in the Newborn"; John M. Townsend, Birmingham, "Surgical Management of the Ruptured Bladder and Urethra"; William D. Anderson, Tuscaloosa, "Indications for X-Ray Therapy in Everyday Practice"; Lee F. Turlington, Birmingham, "Endometriosis," and Edgar G. Givhan Jr., Birmingham, "Migraine."
Officers of State Board.—
Dr. Clark L. Abbott, Oakland, was recently elected president of the state board of medical examiners at a meeting in Sacramento and Dr. Fred R. DeLappe, Modesto, was named vice president to succeed Dr. George Thomason, Los Angeles. Dr. Charles
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