THE TREATMENT OF GENERAL PARALYSIS OF THE INSANE BY THE INTRODUCTION OF SALVARSANISED SERUM INTO THE LATERAL VENTRICLE AND A SUGGESTION FOR THE ARREST OF TABETIC OPTIC ATROPHY BY THE SAME MEANS

Harry Campbell, Charles Ballance
1919 The Lancet  
608 responsible the fact that army hygiene is a very important section of army life ? Our friends the French are a wise and practical peoplethe French Army has such a distinction. I understand it has been cheapened ; but I maintain the principle is sound, and the recipients of any such honour should not be limited to the Medical Service, but should be chosen wherever an officer or man has shown conspicuous zeal and energy in furthering sanitary measures. There are many other questions of pay
more » ... questions of pay and rank, and, I may add, as far as sanitary sections are concerned, of mobility, but into these I may not enter. I would only say that if ever the above suggestion-which I advance with considerable diffidence, and only because I am certain it is on right lines-if ever, I say, it bears fruit, then I hope the ribbon chosen for the decoration will bear the same colours as the flag of which I spoke-the white of purity, the blue of hope.
doi:10.1016/s0140-6736(01)30229-5 fatcat:zld2rtwcrnhyjonthipu2j7rhe