I AprÃ³d utca 1-3, TabÃ¡n
This museum, which traces the history of medicine from ancient times to the modern era, is located in the former home of IgnÃ¡c Semmelweis, Hungary's leading 19th-century physician. Semmelweis is hailed as the "savior of mothers" for his role in identifying the cause of puerperal (childbed) fever and preventing it by advocating that physicians wash their hands between patients, an uncommon practice at the time.
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