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JAMA. 1937;109(21):1729-1733. doi:10.1001/jama.1937.02780470051019.
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Personal.—  Dr. Frederick L. Reichert, San Francisco, received the honorary degree of doctor of science from Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, Pa., October 3.

Limit Sale of Sulfanilamide.—  The California State Board of Public Health, recognizing the dangers that lie in the promiscuous use of sulfanilamide, issued an order September 14 to limit its sale and prevent its unauthorized use, according to the Weekly Bulletin October 23. Until more is known of the reactions that it may produce in the patient, its sale is prohibited.

University News.—  The fifth annual meeting of the Pacific Coast Section of the American Student Health Association will be held at Mills College November 26-27. The program will include a discussion of venereal diseases and their control, student health with reference to tuberculosis, syphilis, typhoid and other diseases, administration of the hygiene of environment, informational hygiene, and the hygiene of physical education activities. Dr.


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