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April 8, 1899

Medical News.

JAMA. 1899;XXXII(14):774-775. doi:10.1001/jama.1899.02450410038020

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Dr. William Osler, who delivers the Cavendish lecture in London this year, leaves for Europe May 29.

The Charity Hospital of the Louisiana Alumni Association will hold its annual meeting in New Orleans, May 15.

There have been reported in New Orleans to March 31, inclusive, 148 cases of variola, with 1 death; 100 are still under treatment.

Dr. J. C. Culbertson, editor of the Cincinnati Lancet-Clinic, who was injured several weeks ago by being thrown from an electric car, has entirely recovered.

Among Cincinnati physicians who will leave for Europe in the early part of April are Drs. Charles Seth Evans, Derrick T. Vail, Charles Minor and Paul Gillespie.

Drs. Jelks and Holland, editors of the Hot Springs Medical Journal, have opened a sanatorium at Hot Springs, Ark. Their building is four stories high and equipped with every facility.

The records of the Cincinnati Hospital show that since its

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