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Dr. William H. Toland, Nashville, has been appointed health officer for Howard Country.—Dr. Henry E. Mobley has been elected a director of the Morrilton Chamber of Commerce.—Dr. William G. Hancock, Rison, has been named health officer of Cleveland County.
State Medical Meeting.—
The Arkansas Medical Society will hold its annual session in Little Rock, April 19-20. Dr. Rufus B. Robins, Camden, is president of the association. The program includes the following speakers:Dr. John Harry Hayes, Little Rock, Analysis of Thyroid Surgery.Dr. Merlin J. Kilbury, Little Rock, Leukemia and Aleukemic Diseases.Dr. Allie C. Kolb, Little Rock, Care of the Insane in the State of Arkansas.Dr. Davis W. Goldstein, Fort Smith, Industrial Dermatoses.Dr. Robert
Medical News. JAMA. 1943;121(14):1169–1171. doi:10.1001/jama.1943.02840140053015
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