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September 15, 1888


JAMA. 1888;XI(11):389-391. doi:10.1001/jama.1888.02400630029008

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St. Wolfgang—Ischl—Gmunden—St. Gilgen— Altersee—Unterach—Salzburg—Linz.

It is known to most medical men that the Nach-Kur, or After-Cure, is quite as important in the thorough treatment of such cases as find Carlsbad beneficial, as is the immediate drinking of the water. So as the time draws near which makes a change desirable for the patient, the question becomes an all-engrossing one, "Where shall I go to have quiet, good air, good food, congenial environment, and the services of a skilled physician?" These inquiries naturally associate themselves with considerations of cost of transit, and of ways and means generally. A patient whose system is experiencing the effects of the Carlsbad Cure has neither the physical strength nor the desire for long journeying. It is imperative also that the spot selected for convalescence should be as excellent as possible in all of the natural embellishments that round out an ideal summer home, and that

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