Fund for Cancer Research.—
The Jewish Fund for Medical Research has given $40,000 to the University of California for cancer research on the Los Angeles campus, according to the university Clip Sheet. Part of the fund will be used for a special building on the Los Angeles campus and will be designed to facilitate expansion of a cancer research project already in progress and results of which are pronounced "encouraging" by Harry S. Penn, research associate in zoology, who is directing the work. The Jewish Fund for Cancer Research was incorporated June 28, 1943 under the laws of the District of Columbia. The trustees are Edmond I. Kaufmann, Cecil D. Kaufmann and Marcus S. Goldnamer, all of Washington, D. C. The work sponsored by the fund has been in progress by the university about two years.
State Medical Meeting.—
The seventy-second meeting of the Florida Medical Association will be held at the George Washington Hotel, Jacksonville, April 22-24,