treatment of cancer in his own gestation—for the suppression of normal trophoblast or asexual generation. For otherwise this, as the most deadly form of cancer known — chorio-epithelioma — would inevitably destroy him—and his parent. In normal development, trypsin and amylopsin, unheeding human medical and surgical perversity, intolerance, and ignorance, will continue to destroy cancer, or trophoblast, or asexual generation, as in the past has happened for untold millions of years, for long ages before man was evolved.
For this is one. of Nature’s fundamental postulates, one of her inexorable laws for the continued existence of a race of human beings to people the earth, and without its strict and unbending observance there would be no living human beings upon the earth, no surgeons, no “cancer experts,” loudly parading and proclaiming publicly their ignorance of the origin and nature of cancer, and—no problems of cancer.
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It is a pleasant duty to put on record here how much in recent years the writer owes to the help of Messrs. Fairchild Brothers and Foster, of New York City, to Mr. B. T. Fairchild, and to their European manager, Mr. A. E. Holden. On all occasions the latter never failed to find some way of meeting my demands upon him. Like his chief, Mr. B. I. Fairchild, he has helped the humane and scientific work in every way in his power. What the debt is which the world owes to Mr. B. T. Fairchild himself, to his deep interest in the enzyme treatment of cancer, and to his scientific powers and knowledge, I will not attempt to determine. A later generation may be better able to estimate it. I know that from his heart not so long ago he sent the message that, except myself,