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November 16, 1901

Medical News.

JAMA. 1901;XXXVII(20):1324-1329. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470460038010

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ALABAMA.  Dr. William M. Mastin has reached Mobile after his trip round the world with Drs. Senn, Brower and Frank of Chicago. The State's Health.—Dr. William H. Sanders, Mobile, state health officer, reports scarlet fever prevalent in several countries, but states that there have been no cases even suspicious of yellow fever this year.


Personal.  —Dr. James W. Brown, Grass Valley, who was seriously injured in a runaway accident, October 17, is now convalescent.—Dr. Albert J. Underhill, a graduate of Johns Hopkins Medical School, Baltimore, has located in Los Angeles. —Dr. William H. Flint, New York City, has returned to Santa Barbara, where he formerly resided, to spend the winter. Elizabeth Bard Memorial Hospital, Ventura, will be opened to receive patients on December 1. The hospital has been established by Senator Thomas R. Bard and Dr. Cephas L. Bard in memory of their

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