Gonorrhoea achieves superbug status

The World Health Organisation announced that urgent action is required to prevent the spread of untreatable gonorrhoea”Millions of people with gonorrhoea may be at risk of running out of treatment options unless urgent action is taken, according WHO. Already several countries, including Australia, France, Japan, Norway, Sweden and the United Kingdom are reporting cases of resistance to cephalosporin antibiotics – the last treatment option against gonorrhoea. Every year an estimated 106 million people are infected with gonorrhoea, which is transmitted sexually.”http://www.who.int/mediacentre/news/notes/2012/gonorrhoea_20120606/en/index.htmlAbgentis’ IV/Oral antibacterials are designed to address this crisis to provide a new therapy to treat sexually transmitted bacterial infections, including those resistant to current drugs

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