Every Sunday afternoon from January 5 to March 22 free public lectures on medical subjects will be offered by members of the Faculty of Medicine. These talks, held at the Medical School, Longwood Avenue, Boston, will begin at four o'clock.
During January such subjects as "Cosmetics--Safe and Dangerous", "Infantile Paralysis", and "Cancer" will be discussed by the leading authorities in their respective fields.
"The Prospect of Keeping a Good Heart" will be taken up by Dr. W. H. Robey Feburary 16, while Dr. Henry Jackson will speak on "The Role of the White Blood Cells in Health and Disease" the following week.
Scheduled for March are lectures on "Appendicitis", "Hearing and its Conservation", and "Chronic Disease at the Cross Roads".