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December 14, 1912

The Imperial Cancer Research Fund.

JAMA. 1912;LIX(24):2180. doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04270120165039

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Abstract

This report is characterized by the same excellent publication, and the numerous splendid illustrations of J. R. Ford, as the preceding reports have been, and gives substantial evidence of the vigor and fundamental sanity of the investigative work being conducted under the fund. The articles here reported all deal with investigations on natural and acquired resistance of animals to experimentally induced cancer, under the following titles: "The Manifestation of Active Resistance to the Growth of Implanted Cancer," B. R. G. Russell; "A Cytologic Analysis of the Reaction in Animals Resistant to Implanted Carcinoma," C. Da Fano; "The Nature of Immune Reaction to Transplanted Cancer in the Rat," W. H. Woglum; "Immunizing Power of the Placenta, Blood, Embryonic Skin, Mammary Gland, and Spleen of the Different Species Against Carcinoma of the Mouse," S. Higuchi.

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