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June 28, 1902

Medical News.

JAMA. 1902;XXXVIII(26):1693-1695. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480260013007

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Medical College Site Secured.  —By the purchase of three parcels of land, June 13, Harvard University Medical School has practically completed the acquisition of the property whereon its new buildings will be erected.

Personal.  —Dr. Lewis M. Palmer, South Framingham, has been appointed medical examiner for the Eighth Middlesex district, vice Dr. Zabdeal B. Adams, deceased.—Dr. J. Addison Sawyer, Haverhill, has moved to Bradford.—Dr. James C. White delivered his last lecture before the students of Harvard Medical School, May 28. He has been a member of the faculty for 44 years.

The Hospital's Work.  —The eighty-eighth annual report of the Massachusetts General Hospital shows that the average weekly cost per patient was $15.17, as against $15.05 in 1900. In the out-patient department the number of new cases treated was 27,667 in 1901, 31,043 in 1900. The whole number of patients treated last year in the hospital was 5353, as

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