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March 24, 1900

Medical News.

JAMA. 1900;XXXIV(12):759-764. doi:10.1001/jama.1900.02460120055016

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A BEQUEST of $15,000, to Hatfield, Texas, has been made for a hospital.

By the will of Edward H. Stokes, Trenton, N. J., $2000 has been left the St. Francis Hospital of that city.

The Paris Academie de Médecine has unanimously voted in favor of adding measles to the list of contagious diseases that have to be reported.

The Southern Kansas Methodist Conference recently expelled a member of their body, it is said, for practicing faith healing. He had taken a diploma and took up faith healing as a business in connection with preaching.

A COMMITTEE to promote the study of cancer has been organized at Berlin, with von Leyden chairman. A question blank is being drawn up to be sent to every physician and medical institution in Germany, to obtain data for the work.

According to the British Medical Journal, a movement is on foot in Edinburgh toward procuring

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