Medicine: Capsules, Jun. 30, 1952

¶ The osteopaths of Bay City, Mich, thought they had a victory: the city commission had voted to let them treat their patients in the municipally owned general hospital on an equal footing with M.D.s. But the M.D.s refused to send any more patients to the hospital as long as the osteopaths were in; last week, when hospital receipts had dropped from $2,300 to $900 a day, the commission threw the osteopaths out again.

¶ New Orleans' Dr. George E. Burch reported that while any excess heat is especially hard on heart patients (it has...

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