Barnes Medical School (Saint. Louis, Mo.)

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Barnes Medical School (Saint. Louis, Mo.)

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1892-1918

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Barnes Medical College was founded in 1892 as a "for-profit" institution by a group of St. Louis physicians and businessmen. In 1911, Barnes Medical College merged with American Medical College. In 1912, the product of this merger was given a new name: National University of Arts and Sciences. The effort failed, however, and all programs ceased by 1918.

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