Cancer: Case of the Unlicensed Vaccine

Nothing stirs medical attention—and controversy—as vigorously as a new treatment for cancer. The 15 years of Krebiozen controversy ended only last year. Now, in a strangely reminiscent case, the Government has asked the U.S. District Court in Cleveland to issue a permanent ban on the manufacture and interstate shipment of the latest invention against the dread disease, the "Rand cancer vaccine."

The vaccine was developed by employees of H. James Rand, a grandson of the founder of Remington Rand Inc., and his Rand Development Corp.* The theory underlying its development was propounded by Dr. Norbert Czajkowski of Detroit's Wayne State...

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