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Fund for Study of Respiratory Diseases.—
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Levy, Beverly Hills, have given $10,000 to form the Rose Lampert Graff Foundation at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, Los Angeles, for the study of respiratory diseases during 1939. Dr. Jacob J. Singer, Los Angeles, is director of the foundation, which is a memorial to Mrs. Levy's mother. The foundation was organized as a corporation Dec. 14, 1938, and plans are now being considered by the donors to continue it for five years.
At a meeting of the Alameda County Medical Association in Oakland June 19 the speakers, all members of the staff of Merritt Hospital, included Drs. William H. Sargent on "Treatment of Skin Cancer with Unfiltered X-Ray"; Frederick E. Blume, "An Unusual Abdominal Tumor"; Lloyd E. Kindall, "Surgical Removal of Renal Calculi," and John N. Ewer, "Trichomonas and Yeast Vaginitis."
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Medical News. JAMA. 1939;113(5):429–432. doi:https://doi.org/10.1001/jama.1939.02800300059018
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