In 1930, while living in a city...

In 1930, while living in a city on the Pacific Coast, I had reached such a stage of physical incapacity that chronic invalidism was thought to be inevitable. Within eighteen months I had undergone three operations to relieve a serious chest and lung condition, resulting from empyema and pneumonia.

I had been under the very best of care and had the finest surgeons and doctors available, but the most they could promise was that if I would undergo a fourth operation, which they said was absolutely necessary, I might find temporary relief. I was warned, however, that this operation would be a dangerous one. The future seemed very dark, for I was also told that I could probably never live in a cold or rigorous climate again, and there were many other ominous and gloomy warnings. I was advised that the operation must be performed within twelve hours; in fact, arrangements had already been made at the hospital.

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