Graduate Instructional Course in Allergy.
—On April 4, 5, and 6, 1952, at Pittsburgh, The American College of Allergists will offer an instruction course in allergy. To insure complete coverage, the College has called in some 60 well-known authorities in the field to give addresses, clinical talks, and demonstrations. The program has been designed for physicians in other fields of practice, especially those in general practice, that they may learn to recognize and manage the allergic component in the complaints of their patients. For further information and a copy of the program, write to The American College of Allergists, LaSalle Medical Building, Minneapolis 2.
Symposium on "The Effect of ACTH and Cortisone upon Infection and Resistance."
—Dr. Gregory Shwartzman, Chairman of the Section on Microbiology of the New York Academy of Medicine, announced that a symposium on "The Effect of ACTH and Cortisone upon Infection and Resistance" will take