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December 27, 1902

Medical News.

JAMA. 1902;XXXIX(26):1643. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480520015004

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Sisters' Hospital Annex Opened.  With solemn ceremonies the addition to the Sisters' Hospital, Los Angeles, was opened December 11.

Personal.  Dr. Edward M. Pallette, Los Angeles, has returned from a year's trip around the world.—Dr. Thomas Nelson, recently graduated from Cooper Medical College, is the first colored graduate of that institution. Dr. Fred A. Grazer, San Francisco, recently dislocated his shoulder and fractured his left arm by a fall from a street car.—Dr. Edith H. Matzke, Stanford, has been appointed to a position in the department of hygiene at the university. Her duties will be to give hygienic and medical advice to the female students.—Dr. Julius A. Crane, Agnew, has resigned as medical superintendent of the Agnew State Hospital.—Dr. Andrew S. Lobingier, Los Angeles, has returned from a six months' tour of Europe.


Deaths in November.  During November 810 deaths were reported in the state, equivalent to

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