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April 19, 1958


JAMA. 1958;166(16):2057. doi:10.1001/jama.1958.02990160115022

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International Symposium on Freezing and Drying. —  Commander George W. Hyatt, M.C., director, tissue bank department, Naval Medical School, Bethesda, Md., will attend the Second International Symposium on Freezing and Drying at Beveridge Hall, Senate House, London, England, where he will present a paper on storage of human tissues for surgical application. Also presenting papers in the section of the symposium devoted to that subject will be Prof. Louis R. Ray of the École Normale Superieure, Paris, France, and Dr. A. S. Parkes, head, department of biology, National Institute of Medical Research, Great Britain.

Personal.—  Capt. John F. Smith, M.C., U. S. Naval Reserve, was placed on the temporary disability retired list of Naval Officers on March 1, 1958. Prior to his retirement he was serving at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Oakland, Calif.


Decrease in Number of Tuberculosis Patients.—  A 16% decrease in the average

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