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A Medical Sensation

From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia

A Medical Sensation is an advertising published in many British newspapers between 21 and 30 april 1903, for a cure to Locomotor Ataxy. The ad had from 0 to 6 illustrations depending on newspapers.

The ad is mentioning an extract of Arthur Conan Doyle's short story, The Surgeon Talks (1894), where the mental agony of the medical man is, according to the ad, attributed to Locomotor Ataxy.


A Medical Sensation

Liverpool Daily Post (25 april 1903, p. 3)




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