Local Doctor Holds State Med Position
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Dr. J. Woodfin Wilson Jr. E SHREVEFORT TIMES Monday, May 3, 1971 5-C Local Doctor Holds State Med Position LAFAYETTE - Dr. J. Wood-fin Wilson Jr. of Shreveport, is first vice president of the Louisiana Medical Society which is holding its 91st annual meeting here through tomorrow. The meeting opened yesterday with a closed session of the House of Delegates. Other officers include presi-dent Dr. W. Charles Miller of New Orleans; Dr. Edward M. Harrell of Lafayette, president-elect; Dr. J. Morgan Lyons of New Orleans, second vice presi-dent; Dr. Gordon W. Peek of Baton Rouge, third vice presi-dent, and Dr. J. Y. Garber of Lake Charles, past president. Dr. Eugene C. St. Martin of Shreveport and Dr. T. E. Banks of Alexandria are councilors, and Dr. Ralph H. Riggs is a past president and delegate to the American Medical Associa-t i o n. Dr. S. L. Gill is an alternate delegate. On the program today are three scientific sessions, lunch-eon and dinner. Speaking at 1:30 p.m. will be Dr. Donald Quinlan of Chicago, "Some Personal Experiences with Socialized Medicine." The three scientific sessions are "Rheumatology — Arthri-tis" "Thromboembolism" and "Cancer." Dr. Ike Muslow, educational director at Willis-Knighton will be among p a n e 1 i s t s at the "Thromboembolism" meeting. Others are Dr. John B. Bobear of New Orleans, moder-ator, and Dr. Robert J. Schra-mel and Dr. Robert L. Hewitt, both of New Orleans, and Dr. Clay A. Waggenspack Jr. of Baton Rouge. Dr. J. D. Martin of Baton Rouge, will serve as moderator for the "Rheumatology" ses-sion, and panelists will be Dr. Paul W. Brand of Carville; Dr. Daniel M, Kingsley of Alexan-dria, and Dr. Thomas E. Weiss of New Orleans. The panel on "Cancer" is be-ing presented in coopration wth the Clinical Cancer Training Program of the National Cancer Institute at the Tulane School of Medicine. On the program will be Dr. Martin S. Litwin of New Orleans, moderator, and Dr. Joseph V. Schlosser and Dr. Robert F. Ryan, all of New Orleans, and Dr. Edmund Klein of Buffalo, N.Y. Dr. David S. Carroll of Memphis, Tenn., will deliver the Menville Lecture at the noon membership luncheon today on "The Radiologic Diagnosis of Renal Tumors." U.S. Rep. John R. Rarick will deliver the speech at the noon luncheon tomorrow, and a spe-cial guest of the convention is Dr. Donovan F. Ward, past president of the American Medi-cal Association. Fifty-year pins will be given to physicians, including Shreve-port doctors Peachy R. Gilmer, Edgar Galloway and C. H. Potts, at the buffet tonight.
|Title||Local Doctor Holds State Med Position|
Wilson, J. Woodfin, Jr.
Louisiana State Medical Society
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