Stray Leaves and Some Fruit on Cancer, based upon, Physiologic Chemical Principles

Abstract

THE title of Dr. McCullochis book is original, and there is no doubt as to the “stray leaves” but in our opinion there is very little “fruit,” and we find very little of either “physiologic” or “chemical” principles in the foundation of the heterogeneous collection of quotations which form the bulk of the book—if, indeed, it can be said to have any foundation whatever.

Stray Leaves and Some Fruit on Cancer, based upon, Physiologic Chemical Principles.

By Henry D. McCulloch. Pp. 49 + 3. (London: John Bale, Sons and Danielsson, Ltd., 1907.)

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