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Assessing the Enormity of the Problem. An Uncontrolled Problem.

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Taking too long? Try again or cancel this request. Both authors are more anxious to bring before the public the already known facts than to advance theories of the cause of cancer.

Both state definitely that with modern technique if a. And both point out, in sorrow and exaspera7 tion, the reasons why so many patients wait a few weeks or a few months, until nothing can be done for them.

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Many quite stupidly put off seeing a doctor for fear he should say they have cancer—and so unwittingly destroy their own lives. Many are still under the impression that surgical operations for cancer are valueless. Many are ashamed to confess to having cancer.