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Dr. George D. Lyman, San Francisco, was recently elected president of the California Historical Society and Dr. Morton R. Gibbons, San Francisco, was elected a member of the board of directors.—Dr. Junius B. Harris, Sacramento, was recently chosen president of the California Academy of Medicine.
Popular Medical Lectures.—
Stanford University School of Medicine, San Francisco, announces its sixty-first course of popular medical lectures to be given at Lane Hall. The schedule will be: Drs. Jacob C. Geiger on "Food Rationing and Civilian Health," April 2; Alfred C. Reed, "Tropical Diseases Menace United States at War," April 16; Loren R. Chandler, "Health Service to the Public During the Emergency," April 30, and John K. Lewis, "Protection of Health and Fitness in Flying Personnel," May 14. All are of San Francisco.
New Mental Clinic.—
A mental clinic known as the Los Angeles Psychiatric Service has been set up in the
Medical News. JAMA. 1943;121(12):959–961. doi:10.1001/jama.1943.02840120061019
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