In conclusion it would appear that since
chronic gonorrhoea in women is so intractable a disease
the best method of dealing with it is to prevent its
occurrence by immediate treatment of early cases.
Examinations of men and women before marriage and the
giving of certificates by venerealogists stating the
freedom of the contracting parties from gonorrhoea
would also limit the number of innocent infections.
If women could be taught to assert themselves more wi
regard to the irregularities of men, there might be
les3 infection brought into homes after marriage.
The stimulation of Public Opinion against the spread
of the disease by education and propaganda is a
helpful method of combating the dread disease. Prophylactic treatment for men may limit the incidence
of the disease to some extent.