Date of Award
Open Access Thesis
Medical Doctor (MD)
Dr. John Kirchner
[From the Introduction] Slow but steady progress is being made in the treatment of laryngeal cancer and in understanding the factors which underlie the genesis of this disease. One important adjunct to such progress is the clinical experience furnished by periodic evaluation of cases previously diagnosed and treated. With this end in view, all New Haven Hospital cases were subjected to careful analysis and statistical study.
Malkin, Jocelyn Schoen, "Cancer of the Larynx; An Analysis of 235 Cases Treated at the New Haven Hospital From 1921-1951" (1952). Yale Medicine Thesis Digital Library. 504.