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To the Editor:
—I thought it might be interesting to some of the readers of The Journal to bear something about the advantages and the opportunities offered for study and postgraduate work here in Budapest on the "beautiful blue Danube," about 150 miles southeast of Vienna. Budapest has a population of nearly one million, and is becoming celebrated for the number and character of its educational institutions.The Hungarians have made wonderful progress in the last thirty years; especially have they shown material advancement in the science and art of medicine and surgery. Their hospitals are nearly all modern buildings, beautifully situated as regards light and air, with pleasant surroundings and well equipped with the latest and best appliances, for x-ray, laboratory, pathologic and clinical work.Of the two gynecologic hospitals which are connected with the Royal Hungarian University I can speak from practical experience, as I have been
McMorrow F. Postgraduate Work for Americans at Budapest. JAMA. 1911;LVII(5):407–408. doi:10.1001/jama.1911.04260070411026
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