My attention was called to the staphylococcus vaccine by the following case:
History.—Mr. N. was referred to me in May, 1908, by Dr. M. B. Clopton. The patient was 18 years old, and had never had any venereal disease until the preceding November, when he contracted gonorrhea. From the time the disease first manifested itself, he had been treated by men both in St. Louis and New York City, who are well-known to be capable of treating such diseases. When I first saw him there was a profuse purulent discharge containing gonococci from the urethra; the first, second and third glasses of urine were so cloudy as to be termed milky; the prostate was enlarged, soft, sensitive on pressure and the expressed secretion contained only pus. There was present some frequency and urgency of urination.
—I treated the patient for about three months according