LC Goldstein

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The spread of gonorrhoea must be prevented by investigating, tracing, and treating the female sexual contacts of men treated for this infection. Its obvious clinical nature in males and the simple test available for diagnosis are the factors concerned in this method of control. In the main, the epidemiological control of venereal disease is a major function(More)
A study was undertaken in January 1941 to determine the contraceptive effectiveness of Ortho-Gynol, a buffered acid jelly, when used without a mechanical occlusive device. Patients were selected by voluntary participation when they returned for postnatal follow-up at 4-6 weeks postpartum. Each patient was given a tube of jelly and a dose applicator and(More)