The Goat-Gland Transplantation: As Originated and Successfully Performed by J. R. Brinkley, M. of Milford, Kansas, U. S, in Over 600 Operations Upon Men and Women (Classic Reprint)

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  • Title: The Goat-Gland Transplantation: As Originated and Successfully Performed by J. R. Brinkley, M. of Milford, Kansas, U. S, in Over 600 Operations Upon Men and Women (Classic Reprint)
  • Author: Sydney Blanshard Flower
  • ISBN: 9781330503522
  • Page: 249
  • Format: Paperback
  • Excerpt from The Goat Gland Transplantation As Originated and Successfully Performed by J R Brinkley, M Of Milford, Kansas, U S, in Over 600 Operations Upon Men and Women Though dealing exactly with a surgical subject, this book is a layman s word to laymen It is an attempt to say to the general public a few things about this amazing work of Dr J R Brinkley, of MiExcerpt from The Goat Gland Transplantation As Originated and Successfully Performed by J R Brinkley, M Of Milford, Kansas, U S, in Over 600 Operations Upon Men and Women Though dealing exactly with a surgical subject, this book is a layman s word to laymen It is an attempt to say to the general public a few things about this amazing work of Dr J R Brinkley, of Milford, Kansas, which he is debarred from saying for himself in this simple form He has under consideration a book of his own covering the subject of Goat Gland Transplantation, his experiments, successes, failures, theories, and conclusions, which will probably be issued during the winter of 1922, and in that book he expects to treat his subject exhaustively with full medical and surgical detail, in a manner acceptable to the medical profession But, in the meantime, no satisfactory effort has been made to tell the story to the general public, except in the fragmentary form of occasional newspaper notices The author feels that the chief interest in this matter abides with the patient rather than with the practitioner, or, if not the chief interest, at least an equal interest It seems proper, therefore, that the subject should be briefly dealt with at this time, while it is yet in its infancy, in such a manner that the general public may grasp the essentials of what is being done in America in this new application of endocrinology About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books Find at forgottenbooks This book is a reproduction of an important historical work Forgotten Books uses state of the art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

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    One Reply to “The Goat-Gland Transplantation: As Originated and Successfully Performed by J. R. Brinkley, M. of Milford, Kansas, U. S, in Over 600 Operations Upon Men and Women (Classic Reprint)”

    1. *The rating refers to the use of this book as a primary source. The procedure described is bunk. As a primary source this pamphlet is both interesting and useful. The information in it involves the quack John Brinkley and features testimonials written by himself and others praising his fraudulent scheme. For students of rhetoric, pseudoscience, quackery, or history this is worth your time.

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