By R. M. Shaw, R. A. Bowen, G. E. Paget
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The screening of thousands of antibiotics for anticancer activity has added so far two compounds, actinomycin D and mitomycin C whose tumour-inhibitory action has been used clinically. Actinomycin D has proved of considerable value in Wilms' tumour, synovial sarcoma and rhabdomyosarcoma, especially in conjunction with radiotherapy, as, besides its direct effect, it increases the radiosensitivity of tumours. A very large number of plant extracts have been examined for possible antitumour action.
Beyond this immediate and overwhelming, purely personal reaction there is, at a second emotional plane, the thought of those nearest to him or her, the effect of this illness on work and occupation and on the capacity of earning a living. This concern has no relation to the financial status of a patient ; in fact the higher the social scale the greater the worry, usually from the greater commitments ; and in the very highest income brackets the thought of death-duties and the panic measures to avoid or minimize them is a sobering reflection on the futility of amassing wealth These thoughts and emotions follow each other in the patient's mind and lead to the necessity of facing a new situation, always unexpected and perplexing.
An over-elaborate and unorthodox use of words may come to light during an interview. In naming articles before him, the patient may supply the correct term quite promptly, but then lapse into an odd spontaneous verbalism. Quite unasked for, he may proceed to indulge in verbose circumstantiality. Thus, shown a watch, the patient may name it but then go on to exclaim . . 'and a very nice one too, if I may say so\ Or, '. . my husband hasn't got one like that, and he's got everything*. This little manie de parler may be spoken of as 'gratuitous paralogia'.
All Heal. A Medical and Social Miscellany by R. M. Shaw, R. A. Bowen, G. E. Paget