A General Practitioner is not capable of scientific
observation. He is easily prejudiced in favour of any new
treatment, and has not the means at hand to test out results,
using controls &c. But his greatest interest is in treatment.
if any method: of treatment will relieve his patients of their
suffering, either mental or physical, he is justified in
The following suggestions regarding treatment of
infections is made with the full knowledge of the fact that
they may not stand scientific observation. The number of
cases is necessarily limited.