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July 24, 1943

Medical News

JAMA. 1943;122(13):883-885. doi:10.1001/jama.1943.02840300043015

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Outbreak of Anthrax.—  An outbreak of anthrax in western Mobile County involved the illness of 2 men and the death of 12 animals, newspapers reported on June 23. It was believed that the men contracted anthrax while removing the hide of an infected animal.


Psychiatrist Wanted. —  The California State Personnel Board announces an examination for psychiatrist for the California Youth Authority. The position, which provides a monthly salary of $425, offers opportunity and responsibility for diagnostic and therapeutic work in juvenile delinquency and youth problems. Applications should reach the state personnel board at Sacramento on or before August 16.

Changes in Industrial Hygiene Personnel.—  Dr. Clifford Kuh has resigned as director of the state bureau of industrial health to join the Permanente Foundation in California, according to Industrial Hygiene. Dr. Edward E. Dart, director of the division of industrial hygiene in the Los Angeles Department of Health,

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