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October 23, 1937

Medical News

JAMA. 1937;109(17):1369-1373. doi:10.1001/jama.1937.02780430047016

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CALIFORNIA 

Prohibit Sale of Clams.—  Supplementing the regular mussel quarantine order of May 26, a quarantine of all clams from the ocean shore of California, extending from the southern boundary of Los Angeles County north to the California-Oregon boundary, with the exception of San Francisco Bay, has been established, according to the state health department September 13. This order prohibits the taking, sale or offering for sale of clams gathered in the district specified.

COLORADO 

Society News.—  The Medical Society of the City and County of Denver was addressed, October 5, by Drs. Harry Gauss on "Gastro-Intestinal Symptoms in Disease of the Brain"; Luman E. Daniels, "Prevention of Late Neurosyphilis," and Alfred R. Masten, "Tuberculosis Control." At a recent meeting of the society, Drs. Clarence B. Ingraham discussed "Pelvic Tumors"; Gerrit Heusinkveld, "Malpositions of the Uterus," and Eugene S. Auer, "Primary Dysmenorrhea."

Officers of Basic Science Board.—  At the first

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