An autobiographical essay.

  title={An autobiographical essay.},
  author={Alex. Haddow},
  journal={Cancer research},
  volume={34 12},
  • A. Haddow
  • Published 1974
  • Medicine
  • Cancer research
was forced to confess it. Although it was late, my mother immediately sent for Dr. Scott who promptly diagnosed a perforated appendix and arranged for me to be taken to Edinburgh for surgery. I was taken to be operated on by the surgeon to a well-known nursing home (1 7 Ainslie Place) which, as I well knew, was far beyond my father's means. Thereafter, this being long before the advent of penicillin, I lay in bed for a matter of some 6 weeks, and one of my main recollections (before the use of… Expand
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