Queries and Minor Notes

1904 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
spent a year or eighteen months in a hospital. I have practiced for a year in the backwoods of Montana and never yet have I been able to see where my hospital training hindered me. In fact, I have many times been thankful I have had such training. I can not conceive of a case in which a student fresh from college would have the advantage over a hospital-trained man.
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