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Denver, July 28, 1904.
To the Editor:
—I note Dr. Pusey's letter in The Journal, July 23, in which he refers to some early reports of the Roentgen ray treatment of pseudo-leukemia. In this connection permit me to state that in June, 1902, long previous to Senn's report, I reported the case of Mrs. A. (my Case No. 22) to the Colorado State Medical Society, and the article containing this was soon after published in the Denver Medical Times. In August, 1902, I treated J. B. (my Case No. 81), a most remarkable example of the effect of x-rays in pseudo-leukemia. This was reported to the Denver Clinical and Pathological Society about that time, also included in an article read before the Rocky Mountain Interstate Medical Association at Salt Lake City, August, 1903, included in the transactions of that society, and but recently published in the New York Medical Journal
Stover GH. X-Ray in Leukemia and Pseudoleukemia. JAMA. 1904;XLIII(6):412. doi:10.1001/jama.1904.02500060048013
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