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JAMA. 1928;91(8):579-580. doi:10.1001/jama.1928.02700080051023.
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Honors from Foreign Countries  Drs. Imamura, Kure and Fujinami of the Kyoto Imperial University have been honored this year, as follows: Dr. Imamura received a decoration from the French government, Dr. Kure was given one from the imperial household of Holland, and Dr. Fujinami had the degree of Doctor of Divinity conferred on him by Heidelberg University in Germany.

Examination for Foreign Practitioners  An examination was held, May 11 to 27, for foreign physicians practicing in Japan. The following were licensed: S. Felt, from Germany; W. F. Wenger, from Switzerland; B. Caldwell, Eugene Getsler and Harry W. Miller, from the United States; and Virginia M. Palmer, from England.

Popular Medical Lectures  Under the direction of Dr. Miyajima, about twenty professors of the Keio Medical College will give popular medical lectures during the summer. The subjects will be infectious diseases, dentistry, biology, radiotherapy, the attitude of forensic medicine to suicide, and

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