George Polgar, 96, who founded a pediatric hospital in Nazi-occupied Budapest, where he helped Hungarian Jews survive the death camp trains, led his family on a daring escape after a failed revolution, and later became a leading pediatric pulmonary physiology researcher at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, died April 17 in Havertown.
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