Let BS be perpendicular to HG, and let HB be drawn; also put the radius AO $=a$, OH $=b$, AH $(b-a)=c$, H$n = y$ and HB $=c+x$; then A$n = y-c$, G$n=2a-y+c$, and consequently $\overline{y-c}\times \overline{2a-y+c}~ (=~$A$n~\times$ G$n =~$B$n^2 =~$BH$^2-$H$n^2) = \overline{c+x}^2 -y^2$. From which Equation we get $\displaystyle{ y=\frac{2ac+2c^2+2cx+x^2}{2a+2c}}$ (because $a+c=b$.) Whence also $\displaystyle{ 2p\times \overline{1-\frac{Hn}{HB}}= 2p\times \overline{1-\frac{2bc+2cx+x^2}{2b\times\overline{c+x}}}}$: Which multiply'd by $\displaystyle{\frac{c\dot{x}+x\dot{x}}{b}=\dot{y}}$ gives $\displaystyle{\frac{p\times\overline{2ax\dot{x}-x^2\dot{x}}}{b^2}}$ for the Fluxion of the required Force; whereof the Fluent $\displaystyle{\frac{p\times\overline{ax^2-\frac{1}{3}x^3}}{b^2}}$ will be the Attraction of the Segment ABS: Which therefore, when B coincides with G and $x$ is $=2a$, becomes $\displaystyle{\frac{4pa^3}{3b^2}}$, for the Measure of the Attraction of the whole Sphere. .

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Richard Wesley TeLinde — one of the top
cervical cancer experts in the country at the time of Henrietta Lacks’
diagnosis. His research involved taking tissue samples from Henrietta Lacks and
other cervical cancer patients at John Hopkins. For his research on carcinoma
in situ and invasive carcinoma, and his concern about unnecessary
hysterectomies, see his essay “Hysterectomy: Present-Day Indications,” * Journal
of the Michigan State Medical Society* (July 1949); G. A. Gavin, H. W.
Jones, and R. W. TeLinde, “Clinical Relationship of Carcinoma in Situ and
Invasive Carcinoma of the Cervix,” * Journal of the American Medical
Association* 149, (June 2, 1952); R. W. TeLinde, . Jones, and G. A.
Gavin, “What Are the Earliest Endometrial Changes to Justify a Diagnosis of
Endometrial Cancer?” * American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology* 66,
(November 1953); and TeLinde, “Carcinoma in Situ of the Cervix,” * Obstetrics
and Gynecology* 1, (January 1953). Also consult Howard W. Jones,
Georgeanna Jones, and William E. Ticknor, * Richard Wesley TeLinde* (a biography
of TeLinde).