FOR historical purposes it may be useful to set down here the places of publication and dates of the writer’s fundamental discoveries relating to the origin, nature, and scientific (enzyme or pancreatic) treatment of cancer or malignant disease.
Asexual (trophoblastic) nature of carcinoma: Lancet, June 21, 1902.
Asexual (trophoblastic) nature of sarcoma: Lancet, October 29, 1904.
Origin from a germ-cell : Lancet, June 21, 1902 amended to origin from a germ-cell embryonic in destiny, Lancet, October 29, 1904.
The use of “ the secretion of that important digestive gland, the pancreas,” and including the ferment trypsin, in a public lecture at Liverpool University, January 20, 1905, and again in the Lancet, February 4, 1905.
Experimental proof of the destructive action of Fairchild’s trypsin upon the living cancer-cell : Medical Press, December 20, 1905, and British Medical Journal, January 20, 1906.
The place of amylopsin in the enzyme treatment of cancer : Medical Record, New York, June 23, 1906.