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March 21, 1903


JAMA. 1903;XL(12):787. doi:10.1001/jama.1903.02490120039007

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The German newspapers have recently announced the preliminary preparations for a migrating post-graduate school under the special auspices of the German government, which shall go from town to town away from the medical centers, carrying with it a museum and sufficient material to be of advantage for instruction and to include among its lecturers some of the leading lights in medicine and surgery in Germany. The idea of this seems to be the better education of the local physicians, who for various obvious reasons can not take a postgraduate course at the university. The mountain will go to Mahomet in this case. The project has the support of the emperor and is to perpetuate the name of the Empress Frederick and to be largely supported by government aid. As we understand it, the instruction is to be gratuitous for such physicians as attend. There is much that seems admirable in

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