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July 17, 1937

Medical News

JAMA. 1937;109(3):213-217. doi:10.1001/jama.1937.02780290035014

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Personal.—  Dr. Roland A. Davison has been appointed to succeed Dr. Louis C. B. Baldwin as medical director of the Desert Sanatorium, Tucson, at the expiration of the latter's term next fall, it is reported. Dr. Baldwin is returning to private practice.


District Meetings.—  At a meeting of the Eighth Councilor District Medical Society in Russellville, June 22, the following spoke: Dr. Lycurgus Gardner, Russellville, "Diagnosis and Treatment of Simpler Eye Conditions"; Mr. Robert White, Russellville, "The Lawyer and Doctor"; Dr. George F. Jackson, Little Rock, "Cancer." A round table discussion was held on "Obstetric Experiences—Believe 'Em or Not."—Among others, Dr. Joseph F. Shuffield, Little Rock, addressed the Ninth Councilor District Medical Society, June 1, in Harrison, on "Common Fractures of the Lower Extremity" and Dr. William B. Grayson, Little Rock, state health officer, "Social Security Act as Pertains to the State Health Department."



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