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: Charlotte medical journal [serial]
: Medicine Medicine
: Charlotte, N.C. : Blakey Print. House
: Historical Medical Library, The College of Physicians of Philadelphia
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^ EquipmentADMISSIONThe college admits men or women of sev-enteen years of age, with high school di-ploma or equivalent amount of education,to be certified to by the Ohio State MedicalBoard. COURSEThe college year begins Monday, Septem-ber 16, I9i2,and continues thirty-three weeksto Wednesday, May 8, t9i3. The course of-instruction occupies four years. No advancfed standing is given graduates in dentistry,pharmacy, veterinary medicine, midwiferyor osteopathy. TUITIONThe charge for tuition is |ioo.oo per year,payable annually on matriculation. No ex-tra charge for matriculation, laboratories orgraduation. HOSPITAL INSTRUCTIONThe college clinics are held daily from 8:30to 10:30 a. m , at the Seton Hospital, 629Kenyon Avenue. Medical and surgical, casesare solicited. No charge for operations.Rooms in hospital at reasonable rates. Stu-dents also attend the general lectures at theCincinnati Hospital and Ivongview Asylum,Send for Bulletin. JOHN K. SCUDDER M. D., Secretary630 W. Slxtb Avenue
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GLYCO=THYMOLINE FOR CATARRHALCONDITIONS Nasal. Thrbat Intestinal Stomach, Rectal and Utero=Vaginal KRESS^ OWEN COMPANY 210 FULTON STREE, FORMULA: Benzo-Salicyl. Sod. 33-33: Eucj.]m^o.33; Thymol. 17: Salicylate Methyl, fromBetula Lenta .16: Menthol .08 Pini Pmuil-ionis-16: Glycerine and solvents q. s. 480 THE CHARLOTTE MEDICAL JOURNAL. Philadelphia, December 27th, 1912.Charlotte Medical Journal, Charlotte, North Carolina.Dear Sir:— The following extract from an article—The Negro and his Health Problems—ByJ. Madison Taylor, appearing in the Medi-cal Record of September 21st, 1902, has ex-cited a degree of unfavorable critiscismfrom different sources, which contend thatthe amputation in not fair to the NegroRace. An important observation madeby several Southern Physicians is to theeffect that sexual lawnessness resulting inlynchings, is to be explained thus: The male negro is nearly always infectedwith gonorrhea. He neglects treatmenthabitually. Chronic prostatic irritationensues.
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