A Clinical Appraisal Group was organized in January 1963, for the purpose of evaluating the treatment of cancer by the method of Emanuel Revici, MD.
Dr. Revici, a native of Rumania, emigrated to Paris in 1936, to Mexico in 1941, and to the United States in 1947. Engaging in research and clinical activities in these various places, he developed his theories of the cause and the treatment of disease. A number of papers were written in the foreign and American literature. These culminated in a book1 published in 1961 to which the reader is referred for additional details. Since 1955, his activities have been carried out in three geographically separate units, all in New York City: Trafalgar Hospital, the Institute of Applied Biology, and a basic science laboratory. Generous support has been given by a number of organizations and groups. It appears that over the years a sum in