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This booklet was privately printed by the author, Mr. H. G. Garde of the United Steamship Company Limited of Copenhagen. It describes an effort, greatly hampered by wartime conditions in Denmark, to gather data in support of the theory that "cancer may be a disease which arises because the human cellular system, on account of deviations in the metal salt content of the blood regarded from the point of view of high frequency, is unable to utilize the energy conveyed thereto by magnetic oscillations which, coming from space, act upon us night and day." While the sincerity of the author is quite apparent, the accuracy of the methods used in the various determinations is open to question.
Et Bidrag til Kampen mod Kræften? Udarbejdet paa Basis af Forsøg udført i Aarene 1939-46. A Contribution to the War Against Cancer? Based on Experiments Carried out in the Years 1939-46. JAMA. 1947;134(14):1208. doi:10.1001/jama.1947.02880310066037