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July 17, 1915

New York Polyclinic Hospital Not Responsible for Method of Treating Inoperable Cancer

Author Affiliations

New York. Board of Management, Polyclinic Hospital.

JAMA. 1915;LXV(3):272. doi:10.1001/jama.1915.02580030064034

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To the Editor:  —In view of the publicity which has been given by the lay press to a method of treating inoperable cancer, and the use that has been made of the name of the Polyclinic Hospital therewith, the management of the Polyclinic desires to disclaim any connection with or responsibility for this method of treatment. The cases that have been treated in the hospital have been received as the private cases of physicians who have the privilege of sending patients to the pay wards and private rooms of the hospital.

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