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March 3, 1900


JAMA. 1900;XXXIV(9):565. doi:10.1001/jama.1900.02460090051012

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At the last meeting of the American Medical Association a committee was appointed, by the Section on State Medicine, to investigate and report on the question of the curability of gonorrhea and the best methods of treatment, etc. The Committee, of which Dr. L. B. Tuckerman of Cleveland is chairman, has sent out circulars to specialists in genito-urinary diseases and others asking their opinions on the various questions relative to the subject, the curability of gonorrhea, the safety of marriage after having had this disease, the methods of treatment and tests of recovery. The replies to these questions, which are so framed as to cover the subject thoroughly, will, it is hoped, be full and exhaustive, so that there can be deduced from them the most authoritative body of doctrine, so to speak, in regard to these important questions. Their importance, when one considers the effects now attributed to gonorrhea,

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