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of the cancer came away. The chief physician wrote confirming this, and added: “This is a wonderful result, and I declare that it seems to me the most considerable fact which our science has ever obtained.”
The high standing and good faith of the physicians and surgeons concerned in the case of this lady are above suspicion. That the diagnosis of “epithelioma” was correct I have never had the least doubt. The glands of the neck were also infected, and, as in many other cases, these were the first to disappear under the treatment. Were the case open to any doubt, this would be dissolved by the fact—which cannot be gainsaid—that the outcome of it and of the York case were identical. Early in September, 1906, the remains of the tumour in the tongue began to show signs of coming away. This happened, for it shelled out, “like the kernel of a nut.” The patient died a year later, free from cancer, of pneumonia.