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Vienna, Austria, Dec. 20, 1897.
To the Editor:
—"Foreign Medical Training for Recent Graduates" is the title of a late editorial article in the Journal, and as it is a subject of most vital interest to many young men who belong to this class, I propose to discuss the question briefly in this letter. I do this the more readily from the fact that many of my friends, who are aware of the fact that I have spent some years abroad, are in the habit of writing to me for advice as to where they had better put in a few months' time in brushing up on the practical points of their profession. I am prompted further in writing this letter, by the fact that I meet here in Vienna, every day, young physicians from the United States, full of energy and wide awake, who are working with an untiring
Caldwell WS. Foreign Medical Training for Recent Graduates. JAMA. 1898;XXX(3):158–159. doi:10.1001/jama.1898.02440550046011
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