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The Question of V.D.

Thomson, James C.

Original publication date: circa 1945

Original publisher: Originally appeared as article(s) in The Kingdom Chronicle, a U.K. health magazine

Publication status: Out of print

The treatment of syphilis had long been a most lucrative money maker for the medical profession. But there may have been no such disease. In fact, the destructive symptoms of so-called tertiary syphilis are, Thompson explains, merely the poisoning of medical drugging. Once the reader begins to see how diseases and cures are “sold” to the public then wonders must begin to appear about the currently most lucrative disease there is — cancer. Thanks to Dr. John Fielder of Queensland for providing a lend of the booklet so it could be scanned.

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