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Lectures on Venereal Disease.—
Dr. Percy S. Pelouze, assistant professor of urology at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, and consultant for the gonorrhea control program for the U. S. Public Health Service, opened a series of lectures in Mobile, January 4. Dr. Pelouze will travel throughout the state during the month delivering talks to physicians and nurses and local medical societies.
The Stamford Medical Society recently gave a dinner in honor of Dr. Donald R. MacLean, Stamford, who practiced as an anesthetist in Stamford for twenty-five years prior to his retirement about seven years ago.
Dr. Joseph I. Linde, health officer of New Haven and formerly president of the state medical society, was recently elected president of the Connecticut Tuberculosis Association. —Dr. Leroy U. Gardner, Saranac Lake, N. Y., addressed the Yale Medical Society recently on "The Action of Silica and Its
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