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Medical Bill Killed.
—The bill recently passed by the senate, providing that the state medical board should give representation to more than one school of medicine, was defeated in the state assembly, May 8, by a vote of 10 to 16.
State Association Meeting.
—The twenty-first annual meeting of the Arizona Medical Association was held in Bisbee, May 7-9, under the presidency of Dr. Francis E. Shine, Bisbee. The annual essay was presented by Dr. W. Warner Watkins, Phoenix, on "Tuberculosis, a Disease of the Individual;" the address on medicine, by Dr. P. V. K. Johnson, Los Angeles, was on "Infant Feeding;" and that on surgery, by Dr. Andrew S. Lobingier, Los Angeles, was on "The Surgery of the Right Hypochondrium in the Light of Newer Pathology." President A. H. Wilde of the State University, made an address on "The Relation of the University of Arizona to the Arizona
Medical News. JAMA. 1912;LVIII(21):1609–1613. doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04260050283016
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