The renewal of life; arguments for subcutaneous injections of oil in the cure and prevention of senility and disease; for the making of the acme of abundant health, stamina, vigor, vitality and constitution; for the cure of consumption and other diseases, particularly those of a chronic nature.

KEYES, Thos. Bassett

Published by The Tubercle Press Bureau, Chicago, 1909
From Robert McDowell Antiquarian Books (Concord, MA, U.S.A.)

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8vo. 206p. With 8 black and white photo plates including the frontispiece of the author. An illustration of "Keyes oil syringe" is included with the text on p. 161. Bound in blue publisher s cloth with gilt title on the front cover. No dust jacket. The binding is sturdy but contains rubbing, wear and bumping to the covers and to the extremities. Some fading and spots of discoloration are also present along the edges. The upper corner of the front cover is well bumped. A name is penciled on the front free fly-leaf. Interior pages are clean. Thomas Bassett Keyes was a Chicago physician, Chairman of the First Organization Committee of the American Congress of Tuberculosis, and one of the Vice-Presidents of the International Congress of Tuberculosis. Keyes believed that he could cure pulmonary tuberculosis by giving patients subcutaneous injections of oil. The photo plates depict patients whom the author claims made a complete recovery from tuberculosis i.e. "Case VII. Mr. W.L.G., who gained 100 pounds in weight and recovered entirely from pulmonary tuberculosis. Treatment: Subcutaneous injections of oil. He remains well and has been actively engaged since the second month s treatment. His life was renewed.". Bookseller Inventory # 000823

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Title: The renewal of life; arguments for ...

Publisher: The Tubercle Press Bureau, Chicago

Publication Date: 1909

Binding: Hardcover

Edition: First edition.

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