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A reappraisal of non-specific genital infection with reference to the work of the late Dr E. Weston Hurst.
  1. R S Morton


    It is easy to overlook work that is before its time, especially if it has been done in the recent past. In his animal experimental work with Chlamydia spp, the late Dr E. Weston Hurst found that although he was able to effect a clinical cure in his intraperitoneally infected mice, he was unable to eradicate their infections. As his work appears to have relevance to today's growing problems concerning genital infections associated with chlamydiae, it should not fall into obscurity.

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