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Influence of Artificial Fever on the Course of Experimental Poliomyelitis



Influence of Artificial Fever on the Course of Experimental Poliomyelitis



J. Infect. Dis 49: 348-354



The authors, bearing in mind the beneficial effects recorded in the treatment of syphilitic dementia paralytica by the production of a febrile reaction with benign tertian malaria, decided to test what they term " fever therapy " in monkeys infected with the virus of poliomyelitis.

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DOI: 10.2307/30083840


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