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February 1936

News and Comment

Am J Dis Child. 1936;51(2):396. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1936.01970140160016

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GENERAL  Annual Report of Children's Fund of Michigan.—A total of $567,888.30 was expended by the Children's Fund of Michigan during the past fiscal year to finance its work in emergency relief, public health, child guidance, medical research and child dependence. According to the sixth annual report, 450,000 children received some sort of service. The largest portion of expenditures, $280,000, was in the field of child health; most of this work was carried on in the northern part of the state. A general inspection of all the children in the Detroit public and parochial schools, which was part of the general dental program, revealed that 30 per cent did not need dental service, a high percentage, it is believed.

SOCIETY NEWS  International Congress of Pediatrics.—The meeting of the International Congress of Pediatrics, which was to have taken place in Rome in April, has been postponed to September, 1936.


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