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July 10, 1943

Medical News

JAMA. 1943;122(11):756-758. doi:10.1001/jama.1943.02840280040018

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Nutrition Clinic Study.—  The National Research Council recently sponsored the visit of a group of scientists to the Nutrition Clinic at the Hillman Hospital, Birmingham, to study the work of Dr. Tom D. Spies with a view to determining the possibility of extending corn meal to meet special nutritional needs of the South. The visit was said to be financed by private contributions and the research council. Among the group were Dr. Russell M. Wilder, Washington, D. C.; Dr. William H. Sebrell Jr., Bethesda, Md.; Robert F. Griggs, Ph.D., Elmer M. Nelson and Frank L. Gunderson, Ph.D., Washington; Charles G. King, Ph.D., and Robert R. Williams, Ph.D., New York, and Dr. James S. McLester, Birmingham.


Investigation of Encephalitis.—  The Weekly Bulletin of the California State Department of Public Health reported that a number of cases of encephalitis in several counties were investigated during April. The ages of the

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