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Correspondence with Sri Aurobindo

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K's case seems more like dengue than measles, for all symptoms are against measles.

It can't be measles in that case.

S's case could be a mild apoplexy from old age due to arterial degeneration, though no definite physical signs are evident.

Certainly there was no arterial haemorrhage. S denies any congestion of brain – he says there was no giddiness, but describes a vital attack and a fall due to a physical movement of his own to avoid it – his head falling on something projecting caused the bleeding. He says the congestion is a legend.

K sent me a scavenger with a big swelling above the left clavicle. We suspect some growth, cancer or glandular swelling. He won't go to the hospital. K thinks we are not responsible in any way, but I thought I would let you know.

We are responsible only for accidents during work. If a fellow gets a glandular or other swelling or a cancer, we have nothing to do with it. No treatment must be given – if he asks, show him the road to the hospital.

M's is not a pimple. It looks like a Myobeian [meibomian] cyst.

What the hell is that? I don't know bad Greek.


1935 03 19 Exact Writting Letter Nirodbaran