Points from Foregoing Letters


    S. Russ comments on recent statements by Sir Leonard Hill on the present-day position of radium treatment. He affirms it is not true that this form of treatment is largely carried on because of the vested interests of medical men; the reason for 15,000 patients having been treated in 1938 is that it was considered by responsible medical opinion to be the best treatment available for them.

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    Points from Foregoing Letters. Nature 145, 351 (1940). https://doi.org/10.1038/145351c0

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