England’s Chief Medical Officer Urges Doctors, Pharmacies To Properly Treat Gonorrhea, Warns Of Drug-Resistant Strains
Washington Post: Gonorrhea may soon be untreatable, Britain’s chief medical officer warns
“Dame Sally Davies, Britain’s chief medical officer, has reportedly written to doctors and pharmacies in Britain sounding the alarm on antibiotic resistant gonorrhea. The sexually transmitted infection is increasingly caused by strains of Neisseria gonorrhoeae that resist antibiotic treatment…” (Feltman, 12/28).
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