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A grant of $84,726 has been received by the Louisiana State University School of Medicine for expansion of existing post-graduate training programs in otorhinolaryngology.Source of the support is the National Institutes of Health, and will be under the direction of Irving M. Blatt, MD, professor and head of the department of otorhinolaryngology.Proceeds of the grant will be utilized to enrich the department's existing programs available to the physician who wishes to specialize in the field of otorhinolaryngology, upon completion of which he could enter private medical practice or academic medicine in the faculty of a medical school.A three-year study of the use of cold treatments in therapy for skin disorders will be undertaken at Cornell University Medical College with a grant of $234,843 from the John A. Hartford Foundation, Inc.The investigation will be undertaken by Farrington Daniels, Jr., MD, associate professor of medicine and
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