11. Science. 1923-1994.
This section has been divided into fifteen thematic sub-sections, which, when taken
as a whole, reflect the extraordinary breadth of Linus Pauling's scientific biography.
Boxes in the Science section typically hold manuscripts, research notes, correspondence,
figures, experimental data, non-Pauling reprints and other scientific research materials.
Generally speaking, materials have been arranged and cataloged according to research
topic. However, two sub-sections reflect the institutional architecture either supporting
or directing Pauling's work during specific periods of his life. For example, the
bulk of the collection's holdings concerning Pauling's relationship with the American
Chemical Society have been cataloged under the rubric "Scientific, Research and Grant-Funding
Institutions." A similar approach has been taken with much of Pauling's work sponsored
by the Guggenheim Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation, Ford Foundation, etc.
11. Orthomolecular Medicine.
Boxes 11.041 - 11.050 (Page: 41 - 50)
Correspondence to and from cancer patients concerning vitamin C therapy; Medical histories
provided by patients, L-W, 1974-1986.
This box is restricted.
Cancer Authors Index, No Date.
Cancer Authors Index, No Date.
Vitamin C and Cancer Criticism: Mayo Clinic Study Controversy, 1979-1989, 1993.
Offprint, Notes: "Failure of High-dose Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) Therapy to Benefit
Patients with Advanced Cancer", by Creagan, Moertel et al. New England Journal of Medicine, 301, 13 (September 27, 1979): 687-690.
Typescript: No Title, [re: article "No vitamin-C benefit found in Ca trial] Letter to the Editor of Medical World News, Ewan Cameron, and Linus Pauling, July 13, 1979.
Typescript, Publication: Pauling Was Not Wrong on Vitamin C for Cancer, Letter to the Publisher of The Rochester [Minnesota] Post-Bulletin, [Published as "Pauling: Cancer Story Wrong"], Linus Pauling, September 20, 1979.
Typescript: News Release: Linus Pauling Rebuts New Mayo Clinic Study on Vitamin C, Author Unknown, September 28, 1979.
Typescript: The Mayo Clinic Trial of Vitamin C and Cancer (rough draft for newsletter), Linus Pauling Institute, September 1979.
Typescript, Correspondence: Vitamin C as a Treatment for Cancer, Letter to the Editor of The New York Times, [published as "What a Vitamin C/Cancer Study Proved], Linus Pauling, October 24, 1979.
Typescript, Correspondence: No Title, [re: article "Mayo study shows vitamin C has no effect against cancer"] Letter to
the Editor of the Minneapolis Tribune, Linus Pauling, November 23, 1979.
Typescript, Publication: Chemotherapy and vitamin C, Letter to the Editor of Science News, Linus Pauling, 117, 1 (January 5, 1980): 3.
Typescript, Correspondence, Publication: Vitamin C in Advanced Cancer: The Mayo Clinic Trial, Letter to the Editor of New England Journal of Medicine, by Ewan Cameron, 302, 5 (January 31, 1980): 299.
Typescript, Publication: Vitamin C Therapy of Advanced Cancer, Letter to the Editor of New England Journal of Medicine, by Linus Pauling, 302, 12 (March 20, 1980): 694-695. [Includes reply from Moertel and Creagan].
Correspondence: Charles Moertel, 1977-1987, 1993.
Assorted Articles re: Mayo Clinic controversy, 1979-1981, 1985.
Assorted Correspondence re: Mayo Clinic controversy, 1979-1980, 1984-1985.
LP Manuscript Notes re: Mayo Clinic Trials, 1979, 1985.
Correspondence: Robert Wittes, National Cancer Institute, 1985.
Correspondence: Thomas Fleming and Matthew Ames, 1985, 1989.
Correspondence and Articles re: Dr. Arnold S. Relman, editor of the New England Journal of Medicine, 1985-1987.
Legal Correspondence: Patterson, Belknap, Webb, and Tyler, representing LP against
the New England Journal of Medicine, 1987.
Vitamin C and Cancer Criticism: Mayo Clinic Study Controversy, 1985.
Publication: Moertel, et al. "High-Dose Vitamin C Versus Placebo in the Treatment
of Patients with Advanced Cancer who have had No Prior Chemotherapy" New England Journal of Medicine, 312, 3 (January 17, 1985): 137-141.
Publication: Wittes, Robert E. "Vitamin C and Cancer" New England Journal of Medicine, 312, 3 (January 17, 1985): 178-179.
Typescript: Press Release, [re: LP rebuttal of Mayo Clinic study], Linus Pauling Institute, January 26, 1985.
Typescript, Correspondence: No Title, [re: article "Vitamin C Furor May Cloud Cancer Research"] Letter to the Editor of
the Arizona Daily Star, by Linus Pauling, February 22, 1985.
Typescript, Correspondence, Publication: Vitamin C - Clinicians Did Not Refute Pauling's Claims, Letter to the Editor of Chemistry in Britain, by Linus Pauling, April 8, 1985.
Typescript, Correspondence: No Title, [re: article "High-Dose Vitamin C Ineffective in Cancer Therapy"] Letter to the
Editor of The Harvard Medical School Health Letter, by Linus Pauling, April 12, 1985.
Typescript, Correspondence: No Title, [re: Mayo Clinic study] Letter to the Editor of Co-op News, by Linus Pauling, April 18, 1985.
Publication: No Title, [re: article "Vitamin C Shown Ineffective Against Cancer"]
Letter to the Editor of Oncology Times, 7, 6 (June 1985): 2.
Publication: "The Vitamin C Debate", Letter to the Editor of Science, 85 (July/August 1985): 15.
Typescript, Correspondence: No Title, [re: Mayo Clinic study] Letter to the Editor of the (Salem, Oregon) Statesman Journal, by Linus Pauling, August 6, 1985.
Assorted Materials re: media contacts reporting on Mayo Clinic study controversy,
Assorted Materials re: proposed Senate Subcommittee hearing on vitamin C and cancer,
Correspondence: Mayo Clinic controversy - letters unfavorable to LP, 1985.
Materials criticizing the vitamin C hypothesis and Linus Pauling's response to this
Articles and Reprints re: Overdosing on vitamin C.
Articles and Reprints re: Failure of vitamin C to negatively affect cancer growth.
Articles and Reprints re: Side effects of vitamin C therapy.
LP Notes, Articles, Reprints re: Vitamin C toxicity.
Articles and Reprints re: Detrimental effect of shellfish-vitamin C combination.
Correspondence re: "Nutrition Quackery: Big Business", by Laufey V. Bustany, [Includes
allegations of death caused by vitamin C overdose] New York Times, August 4, 1986.
Materials re: LP responses to criticism of vitamin C therapy.
Publications: Medical Dark Ages Circa 1984, or, Cancer Alternative Therapies' Cure Rates by Ralph Hovnanian, self-published, 1982 ; Repression and Reform in the Evaluation of Alternative Cancer Therapies, by Robert G. Houston, Washington, D.C.: Project Cure, Inc., 1989.
Materials re: Third International Vitamin C Symposium, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 1980; Fourth International Symposium on Orthomolecular Medicine, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 1993; Materials re: Senate Hearing on the Dietary Supplements Act, 1993-1994.
Assorted Articles and Typescripts re: Third International Vitamin C Symposium Sao
Paulo, Brazil, 1980; Fourth International Symposium on Orthomolecular Medicine, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 1993.
Correspondence and Assorted Materials re: Senate Hearing on the Dietary Supplements
Assorted non-scientific vitamin C materials, 1959-1991, No Date.
Postal Stamps: English Vitamin C postal stamps, No Date.
Articles and Reprints: "The Influence of Religion on the Spread of Citrus" Science, 1959.
Questionnaire: UCLA Center for Health Enhancement individual health risk profile,
Correspondence, Articles, Reprints: Methods for Taking Vitamin C, 1968, 1979, 1985,No Date.
Correspondence, Articles, Reprints: Vitamin C and Bitter Melon, 1991, No Date.
Correspondence, Notes re: retail price quotations for vitamin C and nicotinic acid,
General correspondence re: orthomolecular medicine, 1972.
Correspondence re: orthomolecular medicine, January - March, 1972.
Correspondence re: orthomolecular medicine, April - June, 1972.
Correspondence re: orthomolecular medicine, July - September, 1972.
Correspondence re: orthomolecular medicine, October - December, 1972.
Individual correspondence re: orthomolecular therapy, 1975-1984.
Correspondence: Annis, Eleanor, 1975-1978.
Correspondence: Beauchamp, Marie Huber, 1976.
Correspondence: Bell, Shirley, 1978.
Correspondence: Conrad, Michael, 1976-1977.
Correspondence: Raubitacheck, Mrs., 1977.
Correspondence: Rhodin, Ann, 1977.
Correspondence: Rosen, Sam, 1976.
Correspondence: Sanders, S. E. A., 1977-1978.
Correspondence: Sawyer, Warren, 1975-1976, 1982, 1984.
Correspondence: Smith, Agnes, 1977.
Correspondence: Trauboth, Mrs. Heinz, 1974.
Correspondence, Articles, Reprints: Vigrass, Cindy, 1975-1976.
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