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March 13, 1948

Medical News

JAMA. 1948;136(11):785-788. doi:10.1001/jama.1948.02890280053016

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Gengenbach Library.—  A special library is being established in honor of Dr. Franklin P. Gengenbach at the University of Colorado Medical Center, Denver, by the Rocky Mountain Pediatric Society. A gift of $250 to start the library was made by the society and other donors interested in pediatrics, and a special fund will be given each year to add new volumes. Dr. Gengenbach, one of the first pediatricians west of the Mississippi, has been practicing in Denver for forty-seven years.

Establish Premature Infant Center.—  A Premature Infant Center has just been inaugurated at the University of Colorado Medical Center, Denver. Sponsored by the state department of public health, the state university and the Colorado State Medical Society, the program has been set up to provide facilities for the training of physicians, nurses and other personnel for the prevention and treatment of infant prematurity. The activities of the center are

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