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October 2, 1943

Medical News

JAMA. 1943;123(5):295-298. doi:10.1001/jama.1943.02840400043014

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Gift for Library.—  Dr. Theodore S. Kimball, pathologist of the 47th General Hospital group, Modesto, recently presented the White Memorial Medical Library of the College of Medical Evangelists, Los Angeles, with $500 to buy books for the hematology section of the library. Dr. Kimball was associate professor of pathology at the College of Medical Evangelists.

Universities and the Medical Profession.—  The San Francisco County Medical Society devoted its September 14 meeting to a discussion of "The Universities and the Medical Profession." The speakers were Drs. Loren R. Chandler, dean, Stanford University School of Medicine, on "The Place of the Practicing Physician in Medical Schools"; Francis Scott Smyth, dean, University of California Medical School, "Some Features of Medical Education Under the Present Circumstances," and Donald B. Tresidder, president, Stanford University, "Some Major Problems of Education Confronting a Private University Now and In the Postwar Period."

Public Health Officials and Industrialists 

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