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December 21, 1946

Medical News

JAMA. 1946;132(16):1019-1021. doi:10.1001/jama.1946.02870510057020

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ALABAMA 

Charles Goss Appointed Professor of Anatomy.—  Dr. Charles Mayo Goss, since 1938 head of the department of anatomy, University of Alabama School of Medicine. University, has been appointed professor and head of the department of anatomy, Louisiana State University School of Medicine, effective February 1. Dr. Goss graduated at Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Conn., in 1926.

COLORADO 

Laboratory for Study of Toxicity of Various Heavy Metals Under Construction.—  A new research laboratory is being constructed in the Division of Industrial Hygiene, University of Colorado School of Medicine, to carry on an investigation of toxicity of various heavy metals, particularly cadmium, and the maximum atmospheric and biologic concentrations which can be withstood without injury to the individual. According to the Industrial Hygiene Newsletter, the last real work on cadmium poisoning was done in 1932, results of which have shown that cadmium is stored in the spleen, liver,

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