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Sulfur Chemotherapy (June 1938)

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A Medical Progress by Louis Bory (No. 13, March 26, Page 254)

A general magazine that is comprehensive on sulfur chemotherapy, which consists of or dominates all the others.
  1. The author commences by a chapter of chemical physiopathology of sulfur where he clarifies the following conclusions, in which concern the general indication of sulfur chemotherapy.

    1. The first chemotherapy has to be diet; the diet has to assure a sufficient quantity of active assimilated sulfur.
    2. Sulfur is utilized in all nutritional disorders, especially when there is an attack on the organs rich in sulfur (liver, skin, articulations).
    3. Sulfur is a useful anti-infectious agent, as underlined today, the sulphorchryso therapy and the sulphonamide therapy.
    4. It is an anti-toxin, like nucleus of sulpho-conjugation, an employer in the toxemia and its intolerances.
  2. Sulfur Chemotherapy Agents

    Briefly, it consists:

    1. Mineral sulfur, and the author insists on the general properties of sulfur in nature or colloidal (anti-parasite, internal antiseptic, laxative, anti-toxic, anti-catarrhal, anti-rheumatism) on a large utilization of sulfur from mineral water, on the current use of hypo-sulphides and its sulphates.
    2. 2. Organic sulfur, most recently used and in which we actually tend to add a sulfuric group to chemotherapy products. The Sulfur brings a synergetic action or a general protector contribution to the product which is added. It is noted that parental body injections of a thiols group or disulfides, are pyretogenous and generally painful. Finally, the distinction between non-oxidized sulfur and oxidized sulfur are false, as far the anti-parasite actions and anti-infection actions are concerned, from the given product.

    In this way, it has been particularly drawn to use:

    1. Golden sulfuric salts for the treatment of tuberculosis and rheumatism.
    2. The self-made products active in the streptococcus, which we actually use against the coccid infections in general.
    3. The sulfuric oils.
    4. Thiopene, introduced in therapeutics by the author. The soluble carboxyl thiopene and injectable through the subcutaneous and intravenous, is the simplest from, which is the most active and the most practical for sulfur used by the main tracts. It does not provoke any local or general incidents. The author has studied its action in serious infections, Bouillaud's illness, tuberculosis, the recommendation at the critical stage of general or lung infections, articulations by intravenous (0.10 in 2cmc of water, one to two times a day). Thiofene in capsules for bones seemed to be reserved for the sub-acute or chronic cases (0.05 or more, 3 times a day) and when the intestinal disinfection indicates appearance.
    5. The living sulfur, fabricated by the organisms: such as the glutathione, insulin, the opiotherapeutical products, cysteine, and sulfuric water.
  3. Applications of sulfur Chemotherapy

    The indications of sulfur chemotherapy can be classified under three big groups:

    1. sulfur chemotherapy for nutritional problems
      1. General Nutrition

        Conditions increase the need for sulfur for the organism: feverish illnesses, nitrogenous diets, growth, etc. Next is the sulfuric medication, preferably under the form of thiopene and the hypo-sulphates, that is used in athrepsies, consumptions, and iron convalescence. In diabetes sulfur appears to have a real utility in the colloidal form, or under the form particularly brought by hydrologic treatment. New studies are yet to be done in this domain.

      2. Local Nutrition
        The sulfuric mineral waters are particularly used for chronic rhino-bronchitis.
        sulfur is indicated in the intolerant reactions or in sensitivity, in the seborrhoic states or acne, in the para-keratosis, certain vesicular-bubble infections.
        sulfur is a capital element of articulatory balance and sulfur chemotherapy is effective in most part of the osteoarthritis. It regulates the metabolism of sulfur by the presence of other metabolisms.
    2. Anti-toxic sulfur Chemotherapy

      The anti-toxic action of the liver depends on its reserve in glutathione. The anti-toxic supply of sulfur is used in the sharp saturnine intoxication, mercury treatment, bismuth medication, treatments by arsenic-benzenes, the intolerance states or sensitivity treated by soda hypo-sulphates or magnesium.

    3. Anti-infectious sulfur Chemotherapy

      sulfur is used as an anti-parasite in external applications, as an intestinal antiseptic and as an anti-helminitic. The anti-microbe action is well known and has been largely confirmed by the general use of sulfuric products, in which we know the favorable action in the coccus.

  4. Conclusion

    In conclusion, the author has underlined the sensitivity of another virus, only coccus, from sulfuric medication: invisible neurophic virus of shingles and herpes, unknown virus of the Bouillaud’s illness, and treponema from syphilis (in the sense that the sulfur has provided a point in the treatment of syphilis). It seems that the question of therapeutic sulfur of tuberculosis under the hydro-mineral form or chemotherapy has to be retaken and that for a cure, the anti-tuberculosis chemotherapy has to contain sulfur.

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