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Tumours, Innocent and Malignant by Sir John Bland Sutton, Cassell and Company Ltd, London, New York, 1922

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An all time classic and a monumental work on cancer and tumours illustrated with 383 wood-cuts. Tumours, Innocent and Malignant by Sir John Bland Sutton, Cassell and Company Ltd, London, New York, seventh edition, 1922. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. 806 pages, 383 wood engravings, a classic by Bland-Sutton, Sir John (1855-1936) Surgical pathologist and gynecologist. In 1889 he demonstrated that animals with rickets could be cured by treatment with crushed bones and cod liver oil. He was a pioneer in the study of cancer and wrote Cancer Clinically Considered (1909) and Tumors, Innocent and Malignant. The Bland-Sutton Institute of Pathology was established at the Middlesex Hospital in London.
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