SOME OF THE SUCCESSFUL CASES REPORTED IN PAST YEARS, ALL OF WHICH WERE TREATED WITH GENUINE PREPARATIONS OF TRYPSIN AND AMYLOPSIN
IN addition to these cases, there have been others which were not published, usually because the physicians concerned did not see fit to submit themselves to ridicule and abuse for writing the truth. The cancerous nature of some of the following cases has been doubted, but now it can be affirmed that each of them, by yielding to the enzyme treatment, exhibited evidences of infinitely higher value than any surgical or pathological diagnosis. These cases showed their true nature by the supreme test of stereo-chemistry.
Regarding the case which I have placed out of order, and third on the list—that reported by Dr. Charles C. Scott—the remarks appended by the operating surgeon concerned—Professor Carless, of King’s College, London—call or notice. Whilst admitting the beneficial effects of the treatment, this surgeon went back on his diagnosis, and suggested that possibly he had been mistaken. The success of the enzyme treatment was, scientifically regarded, the best criterion which could have been applied to the truth or falsity of the surgical diagnosis. It confirmed this, and to the hilt. Mr. Carless also mentioned that he had treated and seen treated other cases with “trypsin injections,” but without witnessing any beneficial results at all. This evidence might have had some