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January 12, 1907

Treatment of Syphilis.

JAMA. 1907;XLVIII(2):164. doi:10.1001/jama.1907.02520280076024

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Abstract

This is a translation of the second and revised edition of his well-known treatise on the Treatment of Syphilis. The book is an excellent epitome of the best methods of managing the disease, as well as the patients suffering from the disease, a distinction well emphasized in these pages.

Between the same covers is a translation of the work by the same author on the prophylaxis of syphilis, treating very fully of the sociologic questions concerned largely with the victim of syphilis, the progenitor, the wet-nurse, the vaccinator, the women who too often distribute the scourge by their immoral practice; as also of the societies for moral and sanitary prophylaxis, the regulation of prostitution by the state, the instruction of young men who are exposed to the common temptations of their age, and kindred topics. Each subject is discussed clearly and with a view chiefly to the instruction of the

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