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August 8, 1914

Medical News

JAMA. 1914;LXIII(6):490-497. doi:10.1001/jama.1914.02570060050021

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Summer Course at Stanford.  —A summer graduate course in medicine, approved by the board of trustees of Stanford University, opened July 6 at San Francisco. The course will continue until August 15, and will consist of twenty-two lectures, together with clinical work at several hospitals.

Restraining Order against Board.  —A temporary restraining order is said to have been issued against the State Board of Medical Examiners on the petition of Drs. Edward J. Rich and Gidean M. Freeman, Los Angeles, accused of being guilty of unprofessional conduct in connection with the museum of Dr. L. J. Jordan, incorporated.

Osteopaths Among Drugless Healers.  —It is reported that at a recent meeting of the California Board of Medical Examiners action was taken refusing to recognize osteopathic colleges otherwise than as drugless practitioner institutions. Several osteopathic colleges were seeking recognition for their graduates with the right to secure the license of "physician

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