get link Several countries, including Australia, Britain, France, Japan, Norway, and Sweden have reported cases of resistance to cephalosporin antibiotics — the last treatment option against gonorrhoea, which affects an estimated 106 million people.
watch The WHO has called for greater vigilance on the correct use of antibiotics and more research into alternative treatments.
http://www.asylumrpg.com/?othello-coursework-help-level “We are very concerned,” said Manjula Lusti-Narasimhan, from the WHO’s reproductive health unit, “as there are no new therapeutic drugs in development.”
go site “If gonococcal infections become untreatable, the health implications are significant.”
go Untreated gonorrhoea can cause infertility in both men and women.