THE GROWING IMPORTANCE OF PHYSICS IN MEDICINE

1905 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
cells were dried and heated, and suspensions of the dry powdered cells were injected into a mule. The serum of this mule gave a precipitate with a colloidal solution of carcinoma tissue, and also with such a solution of lymphoid tissue. A woman suffering with carcinoma of the breast was treated with this serum and also with a solution of the heated carcinoma cells. There was
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