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July 9, 1938

Medical News

JAMA. 1938;111(2):177-181. doi:10.1001/jama.1938.02790280067015

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Dr. Kress Honored.—  Dr. George H. Kress, Los Angeles, newly elected secretary of the California Medical Association, was honored May 23 at a dinner of the Research Study Club and the Los Angeles Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology. The speakers included Drs. Alexander Ray Irvine, toastmaster; Harlan Shoemaker, William D. Donoher, John Mackenzie Brown, George Dock and Isaac H. Jones. Dr. Kress was presented with a traveling bag. The new activities of Dr. Kress with the state association necessitated his retirement from active practice, the state board of health, the deanship of the Los Angeles Medical Department of the University of California and the presidency of the Los Angeles County Medical Association.

Death from Rabies.—  California and Western Medicine reports the death from rabies April 3 of a dairyman of Kings County. In March, this man noticed that one of his cows was having difficulty in swallowing. To aid

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