I hesitate to offer this case for publication lest I may be thought a disciple of Ananias, a hyperenthusiast or a retailer of fairy tales.
Possibly the case is not unique. Others have obtained good results with radium or its congener, the x-ray, but as far as my own observation extends, it has no parallel.
I am prepared to substantiate the facts which I now record. I also am fully aware that one case furnishes no broad basis for a generalization.
—Mrs. X., aged 42, widow, mother of four children, came for examination January, 1905. February, 1899, a cystic growth of the right breast was removed. There was no recurrence and no microscopic examination.
—Inspection now revealed a soft growth, size of quarter of a dollar, on the posterior lip of the os uteri. Patient complained of backache, metrorrhagia and debility.
—Patient was anesthetized, growth curetted, and