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Test accurately IDs people whose gonorrhea can be cured with simple oral antibiotic – Mirage News

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“Using a pill instead of a shot would also make it easier and faster to treat sex partners of patients with gonorrhea,” said UCLA’s Dr. Jeffrey Klausner, the study’s lead author.
A test designed by UCLA researchers can pinpoint which people with gonorrhea will respond successfully to the inexpensive oral antibiotic ciprofloxacin, which had previously been sidelined over concerns the bacterium that causes the infection was becoming resistant to it.
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