Experience to date indicates that the treatment of cancer can now be divided into two divisions. First: removal of underlying factors producing lymph and nerve stasis, viz., a potassium deficiency, an alkalosis and lymph stasis, caused by an iron precipitation. Second: surgical removal, when possible, of tumor, or local antiseptic treatment to external open lesions to destroy invading micro-organisms; also other measures are helpful, such as bacterins, sulphur internally, as well as supporting treatment, as proper diet, tonics, gland theray, and radiation.

This local antiseptic the writer believes he has perfected. It can be applied to large cancerous lesions, is very effective in destroying micro-organisnis, removing foul odors and discharges; it causes cancerous nodules to break down, stimulates growth of healthy granulations, and, best of all, its application is painless and inexpensive.

The antiseptic oil I use is the following:(Old apothecary measures)
Sat. sol. of iodine (crystals) in chloroform.....400
Sat. sol. of naphthalin in mineral oil.........12000
M. Sig.: Apply to cancer sores for thirty days.

By the above treatment, rapid improvement occurs; the cancerous nodules in lymph channels melt away. Recent growths are rapidly dissipated, ammoniacal urine becomes acid, blood in index improves, complexion clears and a sense of well-being comes in place of toxic malaise. Also cancer pains are quickly alleviated.

The question may be raised: why potassium deficiency? This the author believes to be quite common and may be due to a hypochlorhydria brought on by worry, grief, etc., producing the deficiency of hydrochloric acid giving rise to lactic acid replacement and maldigestion and impaired absorption of mineral salts.

As lactic acid is given off by malignant growths, it may be assumed, therefore, that replacement of hydrochloric acid by lactic acid is proof of existing alkalosis.

Potassium deficiency may also be the underlying factor in susceptibility to tuberculosis, causing excretion of glycerol from the fatty acids of cells, as outlined by Professor Esmond R. Long, of Chicago University.

A few of the cases treated will now be briefly described in order to show how the remedy causes alleviation in different aspects of neoplastic disease:

L. W.. negress, aged 73 years, St. Augustine. 4-10-33. Paget's disease of left breast, necrosed area six inches in diameter, breast hard, swollen, retracted nipple. Bloody discharge at intervals, toxic, bedridden, no glandular involvement, severe pains posterior to heart. Intravenous and internal treatment by acid potassium solution; also local treatment. 11-14-33, In good health, has gained twenty-five pounds in weight. Breast normal except for small induration remaining in center of breast. Still under treatment. Breast improving after each injection. Note: This case was neglected during absence of the writer for four months during the summer.

Wm. T., 42 years, white, veteran. 2-22-33. Had gastric distress twelve years previous. February, 1930, much worse. February 1931, had chicken pox; gastric distress became worse; went to Pensacola Hospital; treated for gastric ulcer, no relief. May 1, 1932, X-rayed at Flagler Hospital, St. Augustine. Sent to Lake City Veterans Hospital. June, 1932 went home. Diagnosis: Cancer of stomach. Hopeless,grew worse, frequent hemorrhages from stomach and bowels, almost died January, 1933.

February 23, 1933; Examination. Near death, large mass in stomach and duodenum, great pain, frequent hemorrhages from stomach in vomitus and from bowels. Pulse,120; night sweats, fever, marked cachexia (malnutrition and wasting)and much emaciated. Case looked hopeless.

Treatment: acid mineral solution intravenously every 3 days. Same by mouth in oatmeal water, 5 times daily. Atropine sulphate given when in pain. April, 1933: Big improvement; mass in epigastriurn no longer palpable. Hemoglobins had risen from 40 to 70 color chart. Bacterin Van Cott was given. This patient got up and around during writer's absence during the summer. In September, roof blown off shack; got wet, has gastritis, no sign of tumor present. Should recover. 11-18-33: Owing to extreme poverty and lack of proper food, all improvement is due to medical treatment.

Case of L. W., age 48, St. Augustine; weight, 117'. loss 13 lbs., 10-26-33. Uterine fibroids for six years. Treated eighteen months before by X-rays. One year ago severe pains in back and pelvis; sitting or lying down almost impossible. Examination showed uterine fibroids, size of head, reaching nearly to umbilicus. Yellow skin, operation scar for removal of right kidney seventeen years before. Motion painful in base of spine and unable to bend forward. Weekly injections of acid potassium solution were given intravenously; also same by mouth q.d. After second injection pain and stiffness decidedly relieved. Can now lie down in bed and sit without pain; complexion clearing and growth much reduced in size and uterine discharge stopped. Diagnosis: Beginning of malignancy in growth. 11-13-33: Case still improving. Intravenous injection once weekly; tumors decreasing in size after each injection.

L. G., age 87 years, negress; June, 1929; many children. Found with gas pains from on immense adenoma in the colon, size of eight months pregnancy; vomiting and complete stoppage. Injection of acid solution was given intravenously; no opiates. Gas pains and colic relieved in five hours. Five further injections were given, then solution by mouth. By September, 1929, all signs of tumor had disappeared. One year later a sarcomatous swelling appeared on the right tibia disappeared after treatment by the same solution by mouth for several months. This woman died from diabetic gangrene in 1932---from diabetes with gangrene of the hand.

P. D., Greek male, age 50. Growth in gallbladder and duodenum badly jaundiced for four months. X-ray film indefinite; loss of 20 lbs. Several surgeons in this city and Jacksonville gave fatal prognosis, and mineral solution was given intravenously once a week; same by mouth. Gradual improvement took place. At this date he is in the best of health and has gained 28 lbs. in weight.

J.L J., woman. colored, age 40. 10-8-31: Recurrent growth in scar above pubes, operation for removal of fibroid one year before. Gave acid solution internally for three months. Complete relief of pain and disappearance of tumor. 6-10-32: Still well.

Mrs. F. P. J., white- age 70 years- 1-2-31: Probable growth in duodenum, with digestive disturbance; also hard red swelling on right tibia. Gave acid mineral solution for ten months. Complete relief and at this date is in good health.

Mrs. M. M.. age, 67 years; white. 12-4-30: Indurated swelling over duodenum. Toxemia, ptosis (drooping) of stomach and intestines. Gave acid solution by mouth. Slow recovery. Now in good health.

C.S., colored woman; age 50. 10-19-30: For ten months had severe pain while eating. Examination showed growth in stomach and liver. Insomnia, toxemia, no relief from medical treatment. Acid solution was given intravenously and by mouth. Immediate relief from gastric distress. Complete relief from all symptom and growths at end of one year. Still well. 4-10-32

P. F.; age 30; colored woman, Jacksonville, 3-19-31: Gas and pains in abdomen for three years. Low blood pressure; asthenia (weakness). Examination showed indurated swelling in left colon. Acid solution by mouth. Complete relief in two months and disappearance of growth.

J. D. C., age, 58; colored man Jacksonville. 12-18-30: Indigestion for twenty-five years. Ate freely of eggs and sugar. Examination showed indurated swelling of left colon. Acid solution by mouth. Complete relief in three months.

M. E. P., age 63 years; White. 2-24-33: Cancer of cervix uteri, ten years before. Radium treatment four rears ago. Examination shows vagina nearly occluded. Cancerous membrane on meatus and vaginal wall, like raw steak; cauliflower excrescence of vulva. Large nodule in rectal vaginal wall. Acid solution by mouth. Ferrous sulphate locally. 10-10-33: Unable to pass finger into vagina. Acid solution intravenously once weekly. Antiseptic oil locally. 11-21-33 Much improved. Vagina opening up, less painful, better health; Gaining in color, weight strength. Still under treatment.

L. P. colored man; age, 63 years, 8-2-30. Complained of cystitis; loss of weight. 15 lbs. Examination showed indurated growth in scar over pubis from previous operation for stone in bladder. Acid solution intravenously once weekly and by mouth. Within twenty-one days tumor had disappeared. 11-1-33: No recurrence of growth. Bladder still irritable. Prostatic gland normal; gained seven pounds in weight.

C.S.S.; Age 57 years; colored, St Augustine. 6-19-32: Vertigo, paralysis, one year before treated by acid mineral solution, complete relief in four weeks. Attack of vertigo, facial paralysis, deaf in left ear. Small hernia in back of neck of spinal canal about sixth cervical; can be compressed. Diagnosis: Cerebral tumor. Acid mineral solution by mouth. 9-19-32- All symptoms absent. Able to resume work.


More cases could be quoted, but these have been chosen to show how the acid potassium solution covers a large field of internal cancerous diseases.

As experience permitted, the acid potassium solution was improved; so at this date the solution is rapidly effective, especially so when given intravenously. The local remedy mentioned is intensely antiseptic and germicidal and, being inexpensive. and painless, is well adapted to large ulcerated areas, seen in advanced cancerous disease, also in rectal and vaginal growths. (Caution - Old symbology not on my keyboard and possible omissions or errors)

The revised solution I am now using is the following:

Liq. potas. arsenitis...........................................100
Sol. potassium chloride (10%)...........................800
Sol. potassium sulphate ( 10%)........................1600
Sol. hydrochloric acid dilute 3000
M...... Sig.; 5 to 25 drops in water after each meal. Intravenously: 5 to 10 minims in 10 cc. of water.

No bad effects have been noticed by the intravenous injections.
Literature Cited: Cancer contributions. Adair
Bulletin 208, Purdue University, Indiana
Manual of Clinical Chemistry. Austin
Chemistry in Medicine

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