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Early Career and the Development of the Heart-Lung Machine, 1935-1951
Letter from Clarence Dennis to Austin Brues (January 17, 1934)
Without being able to say what your chance of an internship at the M.G.H. are, I can say that they are tending to take more
from away (and that means Hopkins as much as anywhere) almost in preference to Harvard men. As to the Exam -- it is a real
examination but of course one wants to be known too.
I should think you would not have any better chance at Presbyterian and I know nothing about Cornell except that it is a very
It would be better for you to wait till October to transfer, as the best people will be back from vacation then. I don't
think taking surgery here would jeopardize you elsewhere.
I hope this is what you want. Mildred and Roger send regards