Notes And References

[1] The White Plague, by Dubos, Rene & Dubos, Jean, published by Victor Gollanz, (1952), pages 88-101.
[2] Encyclopaedia Britannica, Entry: TUBERCULOSIS.
[3] Dubos & Dubos, The White Plague, page 70, (op cit).
[4] Dubos & Dubos, The White Plague, page 28, (ibid).
[5] Tuberculosis in History, by Professor S. Lyle Cummins, published by Baillière, Tindall & Cox, London, (1949), pages 33-46.
[6] Dubos & Dubos, The White Plague, page 29, (op cit).
[7] Dubos & Dubos, The White Plague, page 32, (ibid).
[8] Dubos & Dubos, The White Plague, page 33, (ibid).
[9] Dubos & Dubos, The White Plague, pages 33-4, (ibid).
[10] Humphrey Clinker Smollett, Tobias (published 1771), (5th letter from M. Bramble to Dr Lewis).
[11] Dubos & Dubos, The White Plague, pages 14-5, (op cit).
[12] See page 291 of the autobiographical novel The Tunnel, by Dorothy Richardson, published by Duckworth, (1931).
[13] Anecdote current in King Edward VII Sanatorium, Midhurst, Sussex, in the forties.
[14] The Olson James History of Cancer: An Annotated Biography, published by Greenwood Press, (1989), page 27.
[15] Practical Observations on Cancers and Disorders of the Breast, by Richard Guy, (1762).
[16] Historical Notes on Cancer In Married Couples, by L.B. Wilson, published in The Netherlands Journal of Surgery, 36, (1984), pages 111-113.
[17] Cancer: A Review of, by Ernst Baeumler, published by International Research/Queen Anne Press Ltd. (German 1967, English 1968), page 102.
[18] The History of Cancer, page 27, (op cit).
[19] Brockhaus Konversations Lexikon, Entry KREBS, (1902).
[20] The History of Cancer, page 119, (op cit).
[21] The Conquest of Cancer, Berlin, by I. Nathaniel, published in Perspectives in Biology & Medicine 22, Summer 1979, pages 500-518.
[22] Black’s Veterinary Dictionary, entry CANCER.
[23] Peyton Rous, Rockefeller University Press, 1971, (various authors) page 10.
[24] Peyton Rous, page 9, (ibid).
[25] Theodor Boveri et laTheorie Chromosomique de, by Jean de Grouchy, Nouvelle Revue, French Haematology & Blood Cells la Cancerogenese, 18 (1977), pages 1-4.
[26] Mother’s Milk and the Offspring, by Leonell C. Strong, published in The History of Medicine 8, (April 53), by Bayne-Jones et al. (1938), pages 210-214.
[27] Cancer: A Review of International Research, pages 104-5, (op cit).
[28] Clues to a Deadly Riddle, by A Rosenfeld, published in LIFE magazine, July 1962: Vol 52, pages 76-78.
[29] Awards for Cancer Research, published in UN Review 9, 1962, page 48.
[30] Surmise and Fact on the Nature of Cancer, by Dr Peyton Rous, published in Nature (London), 1059, 183: pages 1357-61.
[31] Cancer, A Preventable Disease, by Professor Sir Richard Doll OBE, OM, FRCP, FRS, 1986 RSM Stevens Lectures.
[32] Cancer and Cure Hoxsey Clinic, John Barrett, Bachman & Turner, (1976).
[33] Cancer Research Since 1900, by Sigismund Peller, published by Philosophical Library of New York, (1979), page 111.
[34] Peller, Cancer Research Since 1900, page 115, (ibid).
[35] Cancer Families and Tumour Suppressions, published in The Lancet, 12th January 1991, Vol. 337 page 106.
[36] Clues to a Deadly Riddle, (op cit).
[37] Cancer: A Review of International Research, (op cit).
[38] Natural Obsessions, by Natalie Angier, published by Houghton, Mifflin Co., Boston, (1988), page 359.
[39] Angier, Natural Obsessions, page 15, (ibid).
[40] Angier, Natural Obsessions, page 10, (ibid).
[41] Angier, Natural Obsessions, page 355, (ibid).
[42] Angier, Natural Obsessions, page 17, (ibid).
[43] Angier, Natural Obsessions, page 21, (ibid).
[44] Cancer: A Review of International Research, page 218, (op cit).
[45] Angier, Natural Obsessions, page 12, (op cit).
[46] Angier, Natural Obsessions, page 12, (ibid).
[47] The History of Cancer, page 151, (op cit).
[48] Angier, Natural Obsessions, page 12, (op cit).
[49] Angier, Natural Obsessions, page 13, (ibid).
[50] A Machine Called Indomitable, by Sonny Kleinfeld, published by Times Books, (1985), page 146.
[51] The Cancer Mission, page 236, (op cit).
[52] The Cancer Mission, page 238, (ibid).
[53] Peller, Cancer Research Since 1900, page 259, (op cit).
[54] The Cancer Mission, (foreword), (op cit).
[55] A Machine Called Indomitable, page 240, (op cit).
[56] Kleinfeld, A Machine Called Indomitable, page 241, (ibid).
[57] Kleinfeld, A Machine Called Indomitable, page 88, (ibid).
[58] Kleinfeld, A Machine Called Indomitable, page 231, (ibid).
[59] Kleinfeld, A Machine Called Indomitable, page 79, (ibid).
[60] Kleinfeld, A Machine Called Indomitable, page 241, (ibid).
[61] Cancer Research “bogged down in complex science”, by Peter Pallot, published in the Daily Telegraph, January 22, 1991.
[62] Peller, Cancer Research Since 1900, page 267, (op cit).
[63] Peller, Cancer Research Since 1900, page 271, (ibid).
[64] Peller, Cancer Research Since 1900, page 267, (ibid).
[65] Review of Trouble in the Tropic of Cancer, published in Reason, April 1991, Vol 22, No. 11. The Cancer Industry, Unravelling the Politics, by Ralph W. Moss, published by Paragon House, New York, (1991).
[66] Cancer: A Review of International Research, page 215, (op cit).
[67] “Round the World”: Italy, published in The Lancet, 337: 26th January 1991, page 228.
[68] Vaccination against Hepatitis B. in the Gambia, published in The Lancet, 30 March 1991, 337: page 747.
[69] Reduction of HIV Infections and Mass Immunization, published in The Lancet, 331: 2/9 January 1988, pages 53-54.
[70] The Lancet, 5 September 1987, 330: page 583.
[71] Clues to a Deadly Riddle, (op cit).
[72] Information given at lunch on July 23 1992 at Wimbledon home of Lady Carroll, by Mrs Madjalany, who had just taken her cat to the vet for its immunisation.
[73] Cancer: A Preventable Disease, (op cit).
[74] Black’s Veterinary Dictionary.


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