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The Role of Trauma in Oncogenesis: A Juridical Consideration.
By L. S. Auster. J.A.M.A. 175:946, 1961.I well remember the feeling of excited anticipation with which I heard of Trauma and Disease. The publishers had written to tell me that they had selected an article of mine about the effects of injury to the nervous system (Neurology, May, 1953) to appear in a book containing all the best articles on trauma and disease which had appeared in the previous ten years. I readily gave my consent, and when the book arrived I believed it would be one of my proudest possessions. But when I began to look through the massive tome and to read some of the other 129 contributions, I felt less certain of the honor.The editors are two pathologists from Western Reserve University, inspired by a mission to teach the world that nearly all diseases are self-sufficient
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