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Changes in Health Officers.—
Dr. Herbert A. McClure, Butler, health officer of Choctaw County, has been appointed to a similar position in Lamar County, with headquarters in Vernon. He succeeds Dr. Daniel R. Brown, resigned.— Dr. Robert K. Wilson, Dothan, has been appointed health officer of Pickens County, succeeding Dr. Horace C. Hunt, Livingston, who resigned to enter the private practice of medicine.
At a meeting of the Northeastern division of the Medical Association of the State of Alabama in Sylacauga June 22 the speakers included:Dr. James O. Finney, Gadsden, Complications of Peptic Ulcer.Dr. Frank C. Wilson, Birmingham, Carcinoma of the Colon.Dr. Virgil P. W. Sydenstricker, Augusta, Ga., A Typical Deficiency Syndrome.Dr. Joseph T. Banks, Dadeville, Meningitis: Treatment with Sulfapyridine; Report of Two Cases.Dr. Chalmers H. Moore, Birmingham, Diagnosis of Brain Tumors.Dr. Sumner D. Davis II, Talladega, Placenta Accreta.
Medical News. JAMA. 1939;113(8):689–693. doi:10.1001/jama.1939.02800330055018
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