Sycosis, or the venereal wart disease, is the least frequently observed chronic miasm. The venereal warts, as primary lesions, complicate a certain type of gonorrhoea. The suppression of these primary warts is followed by a secondary stage that has not been carefully described. One pathology noted is the contraction of the tendons of the palms of the hands. The warts and moles that appear so frequently without apparent cause may be but mute evidence of hereditary taint acquired from immediate or remote ancestor. The genius of sycosis is to stack up redundant cell growth. It produces the hydrogenoid constitution which signifies excess of water and by virtue of this trait of stimulating or originating foci of proliferating cells is the substratum of those diseases characterized by exaggerated cell or tissue growth of which cancer is typical.
These pathological lesions do not result from the suppression of gonorrhoeal discharges. The usual case of gonorrhoea is an acute urethritis with a purulent discharge which if suppressed by any method of treatment causes acute inflammatory processes, chordee, stricture, orchitis, gleet, sterility, rheumatism, and in the wife pelvic congestions that induce sterility and inspire the surgeon to perform mutilating and unsexing operations on the innocent and unsuspecting victims of wayward male mates and the unscientific methods of so-called scientific medicine.
These ultimate conditions are avoided by primary cure, and cured by restoring primary discharges. Again the challenge, “Test the methods and publish the failures.”.