At this moment the practice of serotherapy, thanks to Roux, became general in Paris.
These examples—antisepsis, tuberculosis, and serotherapy—will suffice perhaps to justify experimental pathology.
The third discovery which I shall take as an example demonstrating the value of experimentation, is the history of serotherapy.
Surgery, antiseptics, serotherapy, vaccinations already yield secure results.
serotherapy se·ro·ther·a·py (sēr'ō-thěr'ə-pē)
Treatment of disease by administration of a serum obtained from an immunized animal. Also called serum therapy.