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Am J Dis Child. 1937;54(4):849. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1937.01980040153010.
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UNIVERSITY NEWS  Symposium at Duke University.—Duke University Medical School and Duke Hospital announce a postgraduate symposium on gynecology, obstetrics and pediatrics to be given November 11, 12 and 13. The following speakers are to participate in the symposium: Drs. C. A. Aldrich, Horton Casparis, Willard Richardson Cooke, Julius Hess, Howard Francis Kane, Foster Standish Kellogg, George W. Kosmak, Esther L. Richards and Charles Hendee Smith. Acceptances of several others are pending.Course for Physicians.—The usual course for physicians is to be given at the University of Vienna throughout the coming year. For information one may apply to Das Kursbüro der Wiener medizinischen Fakultät, Alserstrasse 4, Vienna IX, Austria.

SOCIETY NEWS  Georgia Pediatric Society.—The regular scientific meeting of the Georgia Pediatric Society will be held in Atlanta on Thursday, December 9. Guest speakers will include Dr. Ralph S. Muckenfuss, director, Department of Health, Bureau of Laboratories, New York;

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