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—Marengo County Medical Society: president, Dr. J. B. Whitfield, Demopolis; secretary, Dr. W. H. Abernethy, Old Spring Hill.
—Dr. William H. Sanders, Montgomery, has been reelected state health officer. Dr. Sanders, who has been ill with influenza, is reported to be much better.—Dr. T. L. Robertson, Birmingham, has resigned as a member of the state board of medical censors.—Dr. J. W. Lawrence, Turkeytown, was kicked by a horse, April 13, fracturing his collar bone and causing serious bruises on the face and body.
—The "Home-Coming Week" of the alumni of the School of Medicine of the University of Alabama, Mobile, will be held May 3-6. An interesting program has been arranged, both for the reading of papers and in clinical work. On the first day there will be a symposium on public health matters and sanitation; on the second day, the Rhett Goode lecture
Medical News. JAMA. 1912;LVIII(18):1381–1388. doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04260050057020
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