Medicine: Medicine Man McCann

Alfred W. McCann was for years medicine man of The New York Globe. Frank Munsey bought the Globe, sunk it into his Sun, and Mr. McCann joined The Mail. Before the first week of the New Year was up, he had picked a fight with the entire medical profession. His battlefield is tuberculosis of the lungs.

There exists a "lime starvation" treatment, which consists of getting organic lime into the blood. Mr. McCann asserts that the customary sanatorium treatment arrests only 22% of tuberculosis cases, taken at early stages, and treated under ideal...

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