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October 23, 1943

Medical News

JAMA. 1943;123(8):495-498. doi:10.1001/jama.1943.02840430047015

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CALIFORNIA 

Memorial Fund for Dr. Wolfsohn.—  A memorial fund has been set up at the Stanford University School of Medicine to honor Dr. Julian M. Wolfsohn, clinical professor of medicine (neuropsychiatry) at Stanford, who died July 1. The fund will be used by the school of medicine especially for neurology and psychiatry and will honor Dr. Wolfsohn, who had been a member of the staff since 1913. The fund was contributed by friends of the late physician.

Chiropractor and Osteopath Sentenced for "Careless Tonsillectomy."—  A chiropractor and an osteopath were sentenced to two years in prison on August 17 for conspiracy to violate the medical practice act, according to the Los Angeles Daily News. Their retrial on manslaughter charges was ordered by the court following the deaths of 2 children from what was described as "careless tonsillectomy." Harry Navarre is the chiropractor and Leslie R. Nunn the osteopath, it is

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