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September 27, 1913

THE EFFECTS OF COLLOIDAL COPPER WITH AN ANALYSIS OF THE THERAPEUTIC CRITERIA IN HUMAN CANCER

Author Affiliations

NEW YORK

From the Cancer Research Service of the Cornell University Medical School In the General Memorial Hospital, and the Huntington Fund for Cancer Research.

JAMA. 1913;61(13_part_1):1034-1040. doi:10.1001/jama.1913.04350130028009
Abstract

During the past six months, the activities of the research staff of the General Memorial Hospital, devoted under the auspices of the Cornell Medical College to the investigation of malignant disease in human beings, have been in part directed to an analysis of the effects of metals in colloidal solution. In the present communication, the results obtained from a study of colloidal copper will be briefly described. This part of the work is now at an end, and it seems advisable, in view of the very considerable interest in the effects of copper in cases of malignant disease, to contribute to the general discussion of the subject the clinical records which have been collected, and such additional data in this connection as seem to be fairly well established. These records and data have been contributed in part by the clinical service of the hospital, in part by the laboratory departments

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