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Alexander Spengler (March 20, 1827 – November 1, 1901) was a German physician and the first physician specializing in tuberculosis in Davos.

Spengler was born as the eldest son of Johann Philipp Spengler, a teacher at a school in Mannheim. Starting in the autumn of 1846, he studied five terms at the University of Heidelberg. He was the father of Carl Spengler and Lucius Spengler, both admitted lung physicians in Davos.

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