JOHN H. SEABURY, M.D.
To date, no definitely effective therapeutic agent has been reported for use in histoplasmosis. Isolated instances of apparent improvement or cure following the use of various drugs and physical agents have been published. The final outcome of these cases is, for the most part, not to be found in the literature. The author believes that when hopeful reports are published, particularly in relation to new drugs, the experience of others with these agents should be reported, even if the results are unfavorable. Otherwise, considerable duplication of negative results must occur.
Among the more recent drugs to receive tentatively favorable comment
SEABURY JH. STILBAMIDINE IN THE TREATMENT OF HISTOPLASMOSIS: TWO CASE REPORTS1. Ann Intern Med. 1949;31:520–523. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-31-3-520
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