7 rare offprints by Nobel Prize Winner Charles Huggins

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Title 7 rare offprints by Nobel Prize Winner Charles Huggins
Author Huggins, Charles Paul S. Russell, William J. Noonan, William O. Webster, William Neal, Stanley H. Moulton, Donald F. McDonald
Publisher Various, 1938-1948
Condition Very Good
Description A group of rare offprints by 1966 Nobel Prize winner in Physiology or Medicine. Included are: Chronic Hemospermia: Its Origin and Treatment with Estrogen with Donald F. McDonald (1945); Esterases of Testis and Other Tissues with Stanley H. Moulton (1948); Coagulation and Liquefaction of Semen Proteolytic Enzymes and Citrate in Prostatic Fluid with William Neal (1942); The Physiology of the Prostrate Gland (1945); Duality of Human Prostrate in Response to Estrogen with William O. Webster (1948); Spermatocele, Including its X-Ray Treatment with William J. Noonan (1938); Quantitative Effects of Hypophysectomy on Testis and Prostrate of Dogs with Paul S. Russell (1946). All have ownership stamp of Cornell researcher Robert H. Foot. In very good condition, in Original wraps when called for. First separate editions. Offprint. Oncology. *"Charles Brenton Huggins (September 22, 1901 ? January 12, 1997) was a Canadian-American physician, physiologist and cancer researcher at the University of Chicago specializing in prostate cancer." Wikipedia*


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