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[Hiram Warren Johnson with] doctors who told Senate Commerce Subcommittee of the apparent success of new cancer serum. Washington D. C
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California Faces: Selections from The Bancroft Library Portrait Collection
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Full titleInternational Newsreel Photo. Doctors who told Senate Commerce Subcommittee of the apparent success of new cancer serum. Washington D. C.... of more than 1,500 cancer patients given the experimental cancer treatment discovered by Drs. Walter Bernard Coffey and John Davis Humber, only 15 have died, these doctors said in their report to the Senate Commerce Subcommittee investigating the dread malady. The co-discoverers of the serum recommended that Congress establish machinery to disburse a permanent endowment fund provided by the government to aid those engaged in research work relating to cancer and other malignancies. Standing L. to R. are: Dr. John D. Humber, Dr. Walter B. Coffey, Dr. C. C. Little, Dr. James Ewing. Professor J. C. Bloodgood and Surgeon General High S. Cummings. Seated L. to R. are: Senators Hiram Johnson of California, William J. Harris of Georgia and Arthur Vandenburg of Michigan. E-3-15-30
International Newsreel Photo.
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http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/tf8j49p32q
POR: Johnson, Hiram Warren:110
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