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November 2, 1912

Medical News

JAMA. 1912;LIX(18):1632-1638. doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04270110046018

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New Building for Physicians.  —The new Reeside building at 1225 New York Avenue is the first building in Washington to be constructed for the use of professional men. The building is to be five stories in height, will have from three to five suites of offices on each floor, and will be ready for occupancy January 1.

Work of Tuberculosis Hospital.  —During the fiscal year ended June 30, 461 patients were treated at the Tuberculosis Hospital of the District of Columbia. The average daily number was 94 as compared with 81 during the year previous. During the year, 169 white and 149 colored male patients and 58 white and 85 colored female patients were treated.


New Officers.  —Western Illinois District Medical Society at Jacksonville, October 26: president, Dr. H. W. Chapman, White Hall.

Epidemic Disease.  —Milk infected with typhoid germs, it is alleged, is responsible for

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