HC Deb 17 August 1909 vol 9 c1355W

asked the Secretary of State for War whether he will state what is the nature of the later treatment to which the soldiers treated at Millbank Hospital as typhoid carriers, on whom experimental methods with antityphoid injections were made, have been submitted; and whether he will lay upon the Table Papers showing the results obtained by the various methods employed in these cases, in continuation of (Cd. 4609)?


The later treatment alluded to consists in treating the urinary cases with sodium benzoate and acid sodium phosphate. X-ray treatment is being tried in one of the intestinal cases with marked gall bladder symptoms. It is yet too early to speak of results, but I shall be prepared to lay Papers on the subject at a later period.