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The therapeutic effectiveness of Protamide was investigated in a series of twelve cases of severe herpes simplex seen in dental practice. Injections (1.3 ml.) were administered intramuscularly on two successive days. Excellent results were obtained in most patients and no side effects were seen. It appears that if the drug is going to be effective, relief should be obtained following the first two injections. Protamide is sufficiently effective to warrant its use in patients with severe herpes simplex. In the twelve cases studied, ten patients responded favorably and two showed no response.
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