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May 20, 1939

Medical News

JAMA. 1939;112(20):2070-2073. doi:10.1001/jama.1939.02800200068019

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Society News.—  The Calhoun County Medical Society was recently addressed, among others, by Drs. Howard R. Mahorner and Warren H. J. Hebert, both of New Orleans, on "Appendicitis and Its Complications" and "Strictures of the Rectum" respectively.

Personal.—  Dr. George L. Gresham, Andalusia, was recently appointed chief physician at the Speigner State Prison.— Dr. Nathaniel G. Clark, Birmingham, has been appointed chief medical advisory officer of the department of correction and institutions of the state of Alabama, succeeding Dr. Henry G. Camp, Montgomery, resigned.

State Medical Election.—  Dr. Mercer S. Davie, Dothan, was elected president of the Medical Association of the State of Alabama at its annual meeting in Montgomery April 20, succeeding Dr. Seale Harris, Birmingham. Other officers include Drs. John S. Tillman, Clio, and John Paul Jones, Camden, vice presidents of the southeastern and southwestern divisions respectively. Dr. Douglas L. Cannon, Montgomery, was reelected secretary. The association

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