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March 13, 1909

Medical News

JAMA. 1909;LII(11):896-903. doi:10.1001/jama.1909.02540370054013
Abstract

CONNECTICUT 

Bequest to College.  —By the will of the late Dr. Gurdon W. Russell, Hartford, of the class of 1834, Trinity College, his alma mater receives a bequest of $5,000 for the natural history department and its laboratory.

Change in Medical Course.  —With the beginning of the new year the course in the Yale Medical School is to be changed. For admission to the school there is required the equivalent of two years of work of college grade, including preparatory work in general chemistry, biology and physics. The general plan of the new curriculum is that before beginning the clinical studies of the last two years, the student must have completed the required course in anatomy, physiology, organic and analytical chemistry, histology, embryology, bacteriology, pathology and laboratory courses in pharmacology.

GEORGIA 

State Sanatorium for Tuberculosis.  —The first meeting of the board of trustees of the State Tuberculosis Sanatorium was held

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