September 2, 1922


JAMA. 1922;79(10):839. doi:10.1001/jama.1922.02640100059025

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Professor Kolle on Syphilis and Arsphenamin  The Budapest Scientific University, the name of which has been changed recently from Budapest Royal Hungarian Scientific University to Pazmany Scientific University, invited Professor Kolle, successor of Professor Ehrlich, the inventor of arsphenamin, to deliver the Markusovsky address. Markusovsky was a member of the revolutionary ministry in 1848 (Hungarian revolution for liberty), as chief military surgeon of the home defense army. In recognition of his services in public sanitation, as well as in politics, the medical faculty of the university presents a lecture entitled the Markusovsky address once in every five years, on the anniversary of his death.Professor Kolle's subject was "Arsphenamin and Neo-Arsphenamin." The lecture was attended by a large number of physicians. Professor Kolle opened his address by mentioning the war friendship of Germany with Hungary, a friendship now based on common scientific work. He spoke of the researches which are

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