Papers of Professor William Blair-Bell relating to his lead treatment for cancer, including correspondence from cancer patients and contemporaries overseas interested in the treatment, discussion of cases, applications for treatment, and of the problems of maintaining stability in the lead preparation and in obtaining supplies, together with correspondence with Sir Charlton Briscoe following Briscoe's visit to Liverpool to view Blair-Bell's treatment of cancer by colloidal lead, and notes by Blair-Bell on the controversy surrounding the treatment and the cases which had not benefited by the treatment.
Blair-Bell's papers relating to Cancer Research, 1919-1928
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- ReferenceGB 1538 S1/3
- Dates of Creation1919-1928
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description4 folders
Scope and Content
This subfonds was created in September 2012 during recataloguing of the papers in order to facilitate access to the collection. Original references are captured at file level, and the papers arranged chronologically.
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Copyright is held by the estate of Professor William Blair-Bell and reproductions are available at the discretion of the College Archivist.