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December 1, 1945

Medical News

JAMA. 1945;129(14):970-973. doi:10.1001/jama.1945.02860480050014

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CALIFORNIA 

Housman Denied License.—  The state board of medical examiners, at its meeting in Sacramento October 17, denied the restoration of his license to practice medicine in California to Dr. Nathan S. Housman, San Francisco. The physician's license had been revoked after he was convicted of keeping improper narcotic records and of perjury in his testimony at the trial (The Journal, February 10, p. 345).

Changes in Health Personnel.—  Dr. George F. O'Brien, Sacramento, has been appointed health officer of Stanislaus County to succeed Dr. J. Lyle Spelman, Cenes, resigned.— Dr. Martin Karr, San Mateo, has been employed as medical officer in the bureau of maternal and child health and assigned to the bureau of vocational rehabilitation, state department of education, where he will give assistance in developing the new physical restoration program of that agency along the lines of the medical care programs of the department of public health.

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