The Arizona State Board of Health recently inaugurated a mobile tuberculosis service. The healthmobile was purchased with funds given by the Arizona "Forty and Eight," the American Legion and the U. S. Children's Bureau.
The Benton County Medical Society was addressed at Rogers recently, among others, by Dr. Raymond T. Smith, Fort Smith, on "Upper Respiratory Affections in Relation to Chronic Pulmonary Disorders."—At a meeting of the Johnson County Medical Society, October 22, the speakers were Drs. Sidney J. Wolfermann, Fort Smith, on "Arrhenomablastoma of the Ovary," and Ralph Bowen, Oklahoma City, "Recent Advances in Allergy."
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At a meeting of the Alameda County Medical Association in Oakland, November 16, Drs. Lester B. Lawrence and Robert A. Glenn discussed "Spontaneous Subarachnoid Hemorrhage" and "Multiple Primary Carcinomas" respectively.—Drs. Burrell O. Raulston and Clarence J. Berne, Los Angeles, discussed hyperthyroidism before the San