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Stanford Medical School Receives $100,000.—
An anonymous gift of $100,000 has been accepted by Stanford University School of Medicine, San Francisco. The disposition of the fund has not yet been decided.
Changes in Status of Licensure.—
The California Board of Medical Examiners at recent meetings in Los Angeles took the following actions:Dr. Boyajian B. Armen, Dos Palos, license revoked for violation of probation.Dr. Herman B. Misch, Los Angeles, license revoked for performing illegal operation.Dr. John Robert Brown, Los Angeles, placed on five years' probation without narcotic privileges or possession.
New Methods of Art Education.—
Henry Schaefer-Simmern, supervisor of art, New York City schools, gave a group of three lectures at the University of California, Berkeley,
Medical News. JAMA. 1945;127(13):865–869. doi:10.1001/jama.1945.02860130125016
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