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December 13, 1952


JAMA. 1952;150(15):1493-1499. doi:10.1001/jama.1952.03680150047016


Herzstein Medical Lectures.  —These lectures were recently delivered at Stanford University School of Medicine, San Francisco, by Dr. William Barry Wood Jr., Busch professor of medicine, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, whose theme, "Cellular Immunology of Acute Bacterial Infections," included "Pathogenesis of Bacterial Pneumonia," "Surface Phagocytosis," and "Cytodynamics of Bacteremia."

Dr. Ada Hatcher Honored.  —Dr. Ada L. Hatcher was unanimously chosen Inglewood's outstanding citizen for 1952. At the Armistice Day dinner, sponsored by the local American Legion post, she was presented with the Civic award for her contributions to civic betterment. Dr. Hatcher serves in the Southwest Community Health Clinic and was instrumental in establishing the Inglewood Branch of the American Cancer Society.


Society News.  —The Colorado Radiological Society has elected Dr. Wendell P. Stampfli, Denver, president; Dr. Thomas K. Mahan, Grand Junction, vice-president; Dr. William S. Curtis, Denver, secretary; and Dr. Vernon L. Bolton, Colorado

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