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February 10, 1945

Medical News

JAMA. 1945;127(6):345-348. doi:10.1001/jama.1945.02860060043015

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Board Continues Case of Dr. Housman.—  At a recent meeting of the state board of medical examiners the board continued until March action on the application of Nathan S. Housman, formerly of San Francisco, for restoration of his license to practice medicine. The license had been revoked after he was convicted of keeping improper narcotic records and of perjury in his testimony at the trial (The Journal, Dec. 13, 1941, Jan. 24, 1942 and Feb. 13, 1943, p. 530.

Dr. Hanley Resigns as Maternal and Hygiene Director.—  Dr. Bernard J. Hanley, member of the Los Angeles Health Department since 1926, has resigned as director of the bureau of maternal and child hygiene of the Los Angeles City Department of Health, effective December 31, according to the Los Angeles Times. He has been succeeded by Dr. Samuel M. Martins, clinic supervising physician. Dr. Hanley will continue to assist the department

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