New Gonorrhea Treatments in Clinical Trials Are Hopeful
More Americans are growing resistant to the current gonorrhea treatments available, but now there is some good news. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced that two new medications are successful in treating the common STD. The most recent injectable drug is 100 percent effective and the oral one is 99.5 effective in curing the infection.
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