Ewan Cameron (1922-1991), was a physician and researcher who, for many years, collaborated closely with Linus Pauling in studying the potential benefits of treating cancer with megadoses of vitamin C. His papers contain many of the personal and official letters, research notes, manuscripts, and scientific offprints that he and his estate accumulated over the years 1959-1994, with the bulk dating to his time of affiliation with the Linus Pauling Institute of Science and Medicine, 1971-1991.
Vitamin C and Cancer: A Personal Perspective
by Ewan Cameron. September 29-30, 1984. 8 pages.
57 linear feet; 128 boxes
The Cameron Papers are arranged into thirteen series. Each series is organized either chronologically, alphabetically or by subject, as appropriate.
Ewan Cameron and Linus Pauling's lengthy collaboration is documented in many locations throughout the Ava Helen and Linus Pauling Papers. Researchers are particularly advised to note the Pauling-Cameron correspondence files contained in Correspondence boxes 58-61, the Linus Pauling Institute of Science and Medicine records held in Correspondence boxes 223-277, and the large volume of material related to the book Cancer and Vitamin C and the unpublished AIDS Disaster manuscript in the Manuscripts and Typescripts of Books series, boxes 14.001-14.010 and box 18.001.