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Drs. Pottenger and Evans Receive Tuberculosis Awards.—
Dr. Francis M. Pottenger, Monrovia, former vice president of the state board of public health, has received the medal from the California Tuberculosis and Health Association in recognition of his outstanding services in tuberculosis work. Dr. Pottenger was a guiding force in the organization of the Southern California Anti-Tuberculosis League, and its past president. Dr. George H. Evans, Berkeley, received a similar award. Both he and Dr. Pottenger are the only living members of the first committee appointed in 1904 by the California Medical Society to begin a study of tuberculosis in California.
Honorary Degrees for $25.—
A copy of the following letter to a doctor of naturopathy in Dallas, Texas, has been received from the Texas State Board of Medical Examiners:
THE UNIVERSAL EDUCATIONAL GUILD
6411 Hollywood Blvd.Hollywood 28, California. April 1, 1946.Dr. —, B.A., N.D.Dallas 4, Texas.Dear Doctor:
Medical News. JAMA. 1947;134(8):720–723. doi:10.1001/jama.1947.02880250068017
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