1956
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.1956.01550010072010
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Vaccination for Recurrent Herpes Simplex Infection

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“…Indeed, the inoculation of vesicle fluid into the forearm skin and the production of 'takes' was once an accepted therapeutic measure (Paulian, 1932;Hruszek, 1933;Lazar, 1956;Goldman, 1961) and the literature abounds with examples of similar experience in laboratory animals. Naturally occurring exogenous infections include some cases of traumatic herpes, including herpetic whitlows (Stern et al, 1959;Davies and Longson, 1970) and herpes gladiatorum (Porter and Baughman, 1965;Wheeler and Cabaniss, 1965).…”
Section: Exogenous Infectionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Indeed, the inoculation of vesicle fluid into the forearm skin and the production of 'takes' was once an accepted therapeutic measure (Paulian, 1932;Hruszek, 1933;Lazar, 1956;Goldman, 1961) and the literature abounds with examples of similar experience in laboratory animals. Naturally occurring exogenous infections include some cases of traumatic herpes, including herpetic whitlows (Stern et al, 1959;Davies and Longson, 1970) and herpes gladiatorum (Porter and Baughman, 1965;Wheeler and Cabaniss, 1965).…”
Section: Exogenous Infectionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Immunological techniques, either by repeated autoinoculation of successive lesions as advocated by Hruszek (1933) or by multiple smallpox vaccinations as demonstrated by Schiff and Kern (1954) and earlier workers, are no longer regarded by most dermatologists as acceptable or effective forms of treatment. Lazar (1956) showed that a new disease site could be initiated after the use of unmodified material containing the live virus, and Kern and Schiff (1959) have negatived their earlier work by a controlled trial where they managed to " cure " nearly as many patients with a heatkilled inactive vaccine as with the active vaccine. These workers suggest that any benefit obtained may have been due to inoculation of foreign protein or other substances within the vaccine or to "suggestion."…”
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confidence: 99%