Medicine: T. B. Medalist

Meeting in New Orleans last week, the National Tuberculosis Association, a high-powered money-collecting organization whose publicity has done much to reduce tuberculosis deaths in the U. S. to 70,000 a year, announced that it was giving its Trudeau Medal to Dr. Edward William Archibald, Montreal lung surgeon. He had been recommended for this honor by Dr. Lawrason Brown of Saranac Lake, N. Y., centre for tuberculosis treatment. But to very few of the U. S, anti-tuberculosis enthusiasts in New Orleans last week was able Dr. Archibald more than a name.

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