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—The northwestern division of the Alabama Medical Association was addressed at University, January 31, among others, by Drs. Charles E. Abbott, Jr., Tuscaloosa, on "Early Tuberculosis in Children," and Ralph McBurney, "Nutrition in Relation to Dental Health."—The Houston County Medical Society was addressed, January 8, by Drs. Frank K. Boland and Murdock S. Equen, Atlanta, on "Surgery of the Tuberculous Chest" and "Removal of Foreign Bodies from the Esophagus and Trachea," respectively.— Dr. Lemuel B. Nicholson, Gadsden, addressed the Marshall County Medical Society, January 13, on "More Common Upper Respiratory Conditions."—Dr. Thurston D. Rivers, Montgomery, clinician in the division of tuberculosis control of the state department of health, resigned, February 1, to enter private practice.
Medical News. JAMA. 1932;98(13):1092–1095. doi:10.1001/jama.1932.02730390046018
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