Review of Reviews,  3 (1891), 138–39.

Count Mattei's Remedies and the Cure of Cancer. The Proposed Experimental Hospital



Editorial, Polemic


Disease, Medical Treatment, Controversy, Heterodoxy, Boundary Formation, Professionalization, Medical Practitioners, Experiment, Observation

    Suggests potential hospitals and offers money to help the arrangement of the experimental testing of Cesare Mattei's alleged remedies. In response to the numerous 'applications and inquiries from readers who want to try the medicines', William T Stead protests 'I must give notice, once for all, that I am not a physician, and that the review of reviews office is not a dispensary' (139).

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