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State Meeting Canceled.—
The annual meeting of the Arkansas Medical Society, which was scheduled to be held in Little Rock April 23-24, has been canceled.
Popular Medical Lectures.—
Dr. Karl M. Bowman, San Francisco, gave the first lecture in the sixty-third course of popular medical lectures sponsored by Stanford University School of Medicine, March 2, on "Mental Disturbances in Relation to the War." Other lecturers include:Brig. Gen. Charles C. Hillman, M. C., Medical Services to the Armed Forces, March 16.Dr. Lowell A. Rantz, San Francisco, Penicillin, March 30.Dr. Thomas Henshaw Kelly, San Francisco, The Rh Factor in Marriage and Childbearing, April 13.
Public Believes Physicians Should Advise on Birth Control.—
In Connecticut, one
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