Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine, 3rd ser. 3 (1824), 140–41.
[Obituary of Mrs Stoner]
Disease, Medical Treatment, Gender
Relates that '[t]he disorder that terminated her life was a cancer in the breast, which had long been festering before she mentioned it to any Medical Gentleman. When she at length stated her case to an eminent Surgeon, he expressed a fear it was too far gone to be checked; and so it proved' (140).
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