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(From Our Regular Correspondent.)
Toronto. Jan. 6, 1900.
Dr. Minnie Gomery will leave Montreal shortly as a medical missionary for India.
The trustees of Notre Dame Hospital, Montreal, are contemplating the erection of a new building possessing all the most modern and approved appliances.
Dr. Ruttan, registrar of the medical faculty of McGill, has returned to Montreal after inspecting the teaching appliances in the medical colleges in New York, Boston, Philadelphia and Baltimore.
A young man in Toronto has gone insane over the war in South Africa.
Dr. James Bell, Montreal, will read the address in surgery at the next meeting of the Medical Society of Nova Scotia, to be held at Amherst, July 4 and 5, 1900.
Dr. Maude E. Abbott, assistant curator, pathologic museum McGill University, has left on a visit of inspection to some of the medical museums of the United States, including New York, Baltimore, Washington
Canada. JAMA. 1900;XXXIV(2):121–122. doi:https://doi.org/10.1001/jama.1900.02460020057022
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