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      • Given the available evidence and much research, it seems highly unlikely that Lord Randolph Churchill died from advanced syphilis. The more likely cause was a tumor deep on the left side of his brain. Brain tumors are variable, and range from relatively benign to highly malignant.
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  2. Apr 12, 2019 · Given the available evidence and much research, it seems highly unlikely that Lord Randolph Churchill died from advanced syphilis. The more likely cause was a tumor deep on the left side of his brain.

  3. Aug 29, 2008 · His death at age 45, reportedly from syphilis, cast a pall over his early fame. Now that pall may be lifted. Lord Randolph Churchill’s main symptoms are much more consistent with a less titillating but far more logical diagnosis. Randolph Henry Spencer-Churchill, younger son of the 7th Duke of Marlborough, was born 13 February 1849.

  4. How did Lord Randolph Churchill get syphilis? Shane Leslie alleged that Randolph was infected by a chamber maid at Blenheim Palace around the time of Winston's birth. He also asserts that Winston's brother Jack was not fathered by Randolph, but by John Strange, later Lord Roden, who at that time was the same age as Jennie's father-in-law, the Duke.

  5. Additionally, author Richard M. Langworth claims that Roose never actually identified the disease that Randolph was suffering from as syphilis, instead using the term "general paralysis", which in that period "suggested not only syphilis but nervous exhaustion".

  6. Jan 19, 2011 · Lord Randolph Churchill dies in his Mayfair home after a long, public battle with the unmentionable disease, syphilis. The story varies. One version has it that Churchill contracted the disease while at Oxford: he awoke, after a night of revelry, in bed with an old whore with "one long yellow tooth in her top jaw that waggled as she spoke."

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