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December 14, 1940

Medical News

JAMA. 1940;115(24):2095-2098. doi:10.1001/jama.1940.02810500063024

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Regional Meeting.—  The Northeastern Division of the Medical Association of the State of Alabama met at Alexander City, October 10, with the Tallapoosa County Medical Society acting as host. The program included:Dr. Henry Ernest Askin, Alexander City, Convulsions.Dr. James R. Garber, Birmingham, Diagnosis in Obstetrics.Dr. Amos C. Gipson, Gadsden, The Role of Allergy in Pediatric Practice.Dr. James O. Morgan, Gadsden, Indications for Surgery in Peptic Ulcer.Dr. George Knox Spearman, Anniston, Perennial Hay Fever.Dr. James Marvin Washam, Talladega, Appendicitis.


District Meetings. —  Dr. Augustus A. Street, Vicksburg, Miss., discussed "Duodenal Ulcer" before the Fifth Councilor District Medical Society in Camden, October 10, and Dr. William H. Anderson, Booneville, president of the Mississippi State Medical Association, "A Doctor's Duty to Himself, to His Fellow Men and to the Public."—The Second District Medical Society met in Batesville, October 14. Drs. William T. Pride, Memphis, Tenn.,

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