In several brief communications1 we published previously our observations on the effect of intravenous injection of colloidal copper in patients suffering from cancer. We also referred to experiments in which we used solutions of casein. We limited ourselves on those occasions to a brief report of some of our conclusions and referred to our future more detailed publication for a discussion of various results and problems of which we could not treat in our preliminary notes. In the following more complete report we shall especially analyze the relation between various sets of general and local effects of the injection of colloidal copper and casein, and the effect of these substances on the tumors. We shall compare the actions of solutions of colloidal copper with those of casein, and the effect of these substances in patients and in animals inoculated with carcinoma.Our investigations were the outcome
McCLURG CB, SWEEK WO, LYON HN, FLEISHER MS, LOEB L. A STUDY OF GENERAL AND LOCALIZED EFFECTS OF INTRAVENOUS INJECTIONS OF COLLOIDAL COPPER AND CASEIN IN CASES OF HUMAN CANCER. Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1915;XV(6):974–1013. doi:10.1001/archinte.1915.00070250031004
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