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State Medical Meeting at Hot Springs, May 7-9.
—The Arkansas Medical Society will hold its fifty-fourth annual session at Hot Springs National Park, May 7-9, under the presidency of Dr. Robert H. T. Mann, of Texarkana, and with the Garland County-Hot Springs Medical Society as host. Following the house of delegates meeting, Tuesday morning, a clinical session will be conducted by Drs. Isaac A. Abt, Chicago, on "Cerebrospinal Syphilis in Childhood"; Ray M. Balyeat, Oklahoma City, on "Seasonal Hay-Fever"; Grandison D. Royston, St. Louis, on "Modern Methods in Obstetrics"; Clarence M. Grigsby, Dallas, Texas, on "Hypothyroidism and Related Disorders," and Alexius M. Forster, Colorado Springs, on "Heliotherapy in Treatment of Tuberculosis," with moving pictures. The general session, Tuesday
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