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September 14, 1929

Medical News

JAMA. 1929;93(11):852-856. doi:10.1001/jama.1929.02710110038015

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Dr. Graves Appointed Acting State Health Officer.  —The state board of health, August 21, appointed Dr. Stuart Graves as acting state health officer during the absence on account of illness of Dr. Douglas L. Cannon. Dr. Graves is dean and professor of pathology of the University of Alabama School of Medicine, having come to the school from the University of Louisville about a year ago. While Dr. Cannon had been absent from the office for three weeks on August 22, his condition is said not to be regarded as serious.

Health at Birmingham.  —Telegraphic reports from sixty-three cities with a total population

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