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October 7, 1944

Medical News

JAMA. 1944;126(6):376-379. doi:10.1001/jama.1944.02850410046020

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Annual Meeting to Be Held in May.—  The annual session of the California Medical Association will be held in Los Angeles, May 6-7, 1945. Tentatively the Hotel Biltmore has been selected as the hotel headquarters.

Two Cases of Leprosy.—  California's Health recently reported that 2 persons suffering from leprosy were investigated during June. It was determined that both persons, who had at some time been patients in the U. S. Marine Hospital (National Leprosarium) at Carville, La., are suffering from the disease in an inactive form.

Fund for Needy Physicians.—  The Los Angeles County Physicians' Aid Association, which has been conducting a campaign to raise $250,000 to assist unfortunate physicians, announced recently that the $50,000 mark had been reached. The association is a nonprofit corporation and is intended to aid needy physicians of the Los Angeles County Medical Association.

Memorial Plans for Founders of Moore-White Clinic. —  When six

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