“Bought aluminium saucepans and kettle, Christmas, 1930. A few weeks later, severe neuralgic pains head and eyes, mainly centred over left frontal eminence.Pain worse on empty stomach, relieved by food.
Additionally, he lays the greatest stress on the point that all through the course of the illness the patient has continued in vigorous and perfect health. From this Dr. Le Hunte Cooper deduces that there are two forms of carcinoma, the ordinary one being due to a constitutional blood conditions probably of microbic character, which he calls “Specific Carcinoma,” and the other “Local Carcinoma.”