1. The Effect of Compounds E,F, and A on the Bone Marrow of Normal Guinea Pigs
    J.Anat. Nov 1954 (Jointly with Yoffeu, J.M. et al.)
  2. The Physiological Castration Syndrome in Breast Cancer
    Brit. Med. J. Nov 27 1956 (Jointly with Hadfield, G.J.).
  3. From ? Epidermal Naevus to Mycosis Fuungoides to Sarcoma
    Med. J. Aust. 1:642-646 25th April 1964 (Jointly with Bremner, J. et al).
  4. The Acute Radiation Pneumonitis Syndrome
    J. Coll. Radiol. Aust. 196, 8:40-47.
  5. Lymphography
    J. Coll. Radiol. Aust. 1964, 8:59-77 (Jointly with Vaughan, B.F.).
  6. The Management of Patients suffering from Bronchial Carcinoma
    J. Coll. Radiol. Aust. 1964, 8,3:237-242.
  7. A Trial of Thiethylperazine ("Torecan") in Patients Suffering from Radiation Sickness
    Med. J. Aust. 14th August 1965, 9,3:199-203
  8. The Place of Radiotherapy in the Management of Lung Cancer
    J. Coll. Radiol. Aust. 1965, 9,3:199-203.
  9. The Biological Effects of Ionizing Radiations at very low dose rates
    Aust. Dent. J. 1965, 10,1:38-40.
  10. Radiation and Marrow Infusion in Leukaemia. A patient with CGL Treated with Whole Body Irradiation and Infusion of Isogenic Marrow.
    Aust. Radiol. 1967, 11:63-66 (jointly with Woodlife, H.J et al.)
  11. The Value of Chemotherapy in Ovarian Cancer
    Aust. Radiol. 1971, 15,2:160-163
  12. The Results of Treatment of Carcinoma of the Cervix in WA
    Aust. Radiol. 1971, 15,2:164-176.
  13. Chronic Granulocytic Leukaemia - Comparison of Uracil Mustard and Busulphan
    Med. J. Aust. April 15 1972, 1:789-791 (Jointly with Woodliffe, et al).
  14. The Detection of Breast Abnormalities by Thermography
    Aust. Radiol. 1973, 17,4:453-463.
  15. The Cure of Cancer: a Preliminary Hypothesis
    Aust. Radiol. 1974, 18,1:15-17.
  16. The Principles of Hyperbaric and Anoxic Radiotherapy
    Brit. J. Radiol. 1975, 18:819-826
  17. The Use of UHF Radiowaves in Cancer Therapy
    Aust. Radiol. 1975, 19,3:223-241
  18. Increase in X-ray Sensitivity of Cancer afer Exposure to 434 MHz Electromagnetic Radiation
    J.Bioeng. 1977, 1:479-485
  19. The Problem of Clinical Hyperthermia
    Aust. Radiol. 1977, 21:1-24 (Jointly with Nelson, A.J.M.).
  20. Combined Microwave Therapy
    Med. J. Aust. 1978, 2:88-90 (Jointly with Nelson A.J.M.).
  21. Four Years Microwaves in Cancer Therapy
    J. Belgian Radiol. 1979, 62:467-476 (Jointly with Nelson, A.J.M.).
  22. The Cause of Cancer: Biochemical Defects in the Cancer Cell Demonstrated by the Effects of EMR Glucose & Oxygen.
    Medical Hypotheses 1979,5:109-143.
  23. The Extra Nuclear Control of Mitosis and Cell Function. A theory of Cellular Organisation.
    Medical Hypotheses 1980, 6:145-192.
  24. Microwave Adjuvant to Radiotherapy and Chemotherapy for Advanced Lymphoma.
    Med. J. Aust. 1980, 1:311-313 and 1980, 2:3, 159-60 (Jointly with Nelson, A.J.M.).
  25. Alternative Therapy for Recurrent Hodgkin's Disease
    Brit. J. Radiol. 1980, 53:1061-1067.
  26. Changing Epidemiology of Malignant Melanoma in Queensland
    Med. J. Aust. 1980, 14th June 1:619-620 (letter).
  27. 434 MHx as an Adjuvant in Cancer Therapy. In: Progree in Radio Oncology 11 (K H Kaercher et al, eds).
    Power Press, New York 1982, 425-433
  28. Cancer, A Disease of Defective Glucose Metabolism. The Energy for Mitosis appears to come from a Glutathione Mediated Glycolysis.
    Medical Hypotheses 1983, 10:133-150.
  29. Combined Microwave Therapy
    Med. J. Aust. 1985, 142:707-708 (Jointly with Nelson, A.J.M.).
  30. The Fundamental Chemistry of Life
    Medical Hypotheses 1986, 12:359-367.
  31. The Synergism between Hyperthermia and Ionising Radiation
    Br. J. Radiol. 1986, 59:795-796 (Jointly with Stanford, R.W.)
  32. 37 Patients with NH Lymphoma treated by Combined Microwaves and X-ray Therapy
    Presented at the Int. Clin. Hyperthermia Symposium, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, Ind. USA, May 1988.
  33. Microwaves are not Hyperthermia
    The Radiographer, 1988, 35,4:151-162
  34. The Subtleties of Electro-Magnetic Radiation Therapy
    Presented at the Int. Clin. Hyperthermia Symposium, Lyons, France, May 1992.
  35. The Energy Source Creating Life and Cancer
    Presented at the Int. Clin. Hyperthermia Symposium, Osaka, Japan, May 1994.
  36. The Glutathione Cycle is the Creative Reaction of Life and Cancer. Cancer Causes Oncogenes and not Vice Versa.
    Medical Hypotheses 1993, 40, 262-266
  37. Some Characteristics of Glutathione Cycle Revealed by Ionising and Non-Ionising Electromagnetic Radiation.
    Medical Hypotheses 1995, 45, 345-368.
  38. Cancer Therapy by Immobolizing Mitotic Energy Sources
    Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine, 1996, Vol 11, No. 2.
  39. Cancer - A Theoretical Biochemical Basis: Confirmation by Electromagnetic Radiation
    Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine, 1997, Vol 12, No.3.
  40. The Metabolism of Sulphur in realtion to the Biochemistry of Cystine and Cysteine: its Fundamental Importance in Biology. A Cyclic Interchange between their Mono- and Di-Sulphides in the Unique Reaction Creating Life and Intelligence
    Medical Hypotheses 2001, 56(5), 658-676.
  41. The unique exponential growth of life is powered by anaerobic glycolysis
    Journal of Molecular Liquids 114 (2004) 193-206