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Super gonorrhoea OUTBREAK worsens as new strains emerge - and there is NO CURE
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BurfordTJustice
2018-08-08 12:57:22 UTC
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Super gonorrhoea OUTBREAK worsens as new strains emerge - and there is NO
CURE



Two completely drug-resistant versions of the venereal disease have been
found and identified - with fears rampant unprotected sex could rigger an
epidemic.

Doctors have been unable to treat patients with antibiotic ceftriaxone and
azithromycin.

And sufferers have been left with a gonorrhoea - also known as the clap -
infection that causes extreme pain during urination.

Australia's federal government has issued a report warning of the risk of
the "continuing threat of antimicrobial resistance by dangerous bacteria".

Officials added another five strains of gonorrhoea have been found which
have "high level resistance" to treatments.



SUPER GONORRHEOA: Doctors fear two untreatable strains and five resistant
strains
"To prevent sexually transmitted infections, either to yourself or others,
it is best to practice safe sex."

John Turnidge
Professor John Turnidge, the senior medical adviser with the Australian
Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care, said people need to take
more care during sex.

He said: "To prevent sexually transmitted infections, either to yourself or
others, it is best to practice safe sex.

"Safe sex includes using a condom or dental dam to ensure that you do not
pass an infection on to your partner."

Doctors revealed the seven new gonorrhoea strains in their biannual report
for the National Alert System for Critical Antimicrobial Resistance.

SAFE SEX: Couples were urged to take precautions to avoid super gonorrhoea

The report reads: "The detection of these strains is concerning because of
the potential for gonorrhoea to cause a community outbreak of sexually
transmitted infections."

Around 38% of cases of drug resistant infections in Australia are found to
be gonorrhoea.

It said: "For the first time, two extensively drug resistant gonorrhoeae
infections have been reported in Australia, following a report in the United
Kingdom of a similar strain.

"These infections are unable to be treated with the recommended treatments
of ceftriaxone and azithromycin."

DANGEROUS: Super gonorrhoea has been reported in Australia, Asia and Britain

Tourists are feared to be spreading super gonorrhoea after a UK man became
the world's first to be diagnosed with the drug resistant infection after a
holiday in Asia.

Gonorrhoea is spread through all forms of sex and can leave women infertile
if untreated.

World Health Organisation officials raised concerns two years ago that the
STI could become immune to antibiotics in a "matter of years".

Fears of a super gonorrhoea spread were raised early this year, when two
cases were diagnosed in what doctors described as a "shot across the bow".

STI: Gonorrhoea can be symptomless and leave women infertile

More than 78 million people a year are infected with gonorrhoea worldwide,
with only chlamydia and genital warts being more common STIs.

And worryingly the infection does not always cause symptoms - so it can
regularly go untreated.

Unusual discharge from the penis or vagina are the most common signs and it
can also lead to pelvic inflammatory disease.

Chief Medical Officer Dame Sally Davies has previously written to GPs
warning that gonorrhoea could become an "untreatable disease".
abelard
2018-08-08 13:06:07 UTC
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On Wed, 8 Aug 2018 08:57:22 -0400, "BurfordTJustice"
Post by BurfordTJustice
Super gonorrhoea OUTBREAK worsens as new strains emerge - and there is NO
CURE
Chief Medical Officer Dame Sally Davies has previously written to GPs
warning that gonorrhoea could become an "untreatable disease".
note the word 'could'

where is the evidence of *no* cure
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ZZyXX
2018-08-09 00:31:02 UTC
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On Wed, 8 Aug 2018 08:57:22 -0400, "BurfordTJustice"
Post by BurfordTJustice
Super gonorrhoea OUTBREAK worsens as new strains emerge - and there is NO
CURE
Chief Medical Officer Dame Sally Davies has previously written to GPs
warning that gonorrhoea could become an "untreatable disease".
note the word 'could'
where is the evidence of *no* cure
his family
BurfordTJustice
2018-08-08 20:17:56 UTC
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"BurfordTJustice" <burford/***@uk.MI15> wrote in message news:pkepbu$ln6$***@dont-email.me...
: Super gonorrhoea OUTBREAK worsens as new strains emerge - and there is NO
: CURE
:
:
:
: Two completely drug-resistant versions of the venereal disease have been
: found and identified - with fears rampant unprotected sex could rigger an
: epidemic.
:
: Doctors have been unable to treat patients with antibiotic ceftriaxone and
: azithromycin.
:
: And sufferers have been left with a gonorrhoea - also known as the clap -
: infection that causes extreme pain during urination.
:
: Australia's federal government has issued a report warning of the risk of
: the "continuing threat of antimicrobial resistance by dangerous bacteria".
:
: Officials added another five strains of gonorrhoea have been found which
: have "high level resistance" to treatments.
:
:
:
: SUPER GONORRHEOA: Doctors fear two untreatable strains and five resistant
: strains
: "To prevent sexually transmitted infections, either to yourself or
others,
: it is best to practice safe sex."
:
: John Turnidge
: Professor John Turnidge, the senior medical adviser with the Australian
: Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care, said people need to take
: more care during sex.
:
: He said: "To prevent sexually transmitted infections, either to yourself
or
: others, it is best to practice safe sex.
:
: "Safe sex includes using a condom or dental dam to ensure that you do not
: pass an infection on to your partner."
:
: Doctors revealed the seven new gonorrhoea strains in their biannual report
: for the National Alert System for Critical Antimicrobial Resistance.
:
: SAFE SEX: Couples were urged to take precautions to avoid super gonorrhoea
:
: The report reads: "The detection of these strains is concerning because of
: the potential for gonorrhoea to cause a community outbreak of sexually
: transmitted infections."
:
: Around 38% of cases of drug resistant infections in Australia are found to
: be gonorrhoea.
:
: It said: "For the first time, two extensively drug resistant gonorrhoeae
: infections have been reported in Australia, following a report in the
United
: Kingdom of a similar strain.
:
: "These infections are unable to be treated with the recommended treatments
: of ceftriaxone and azithromycin."
:
: DANGEROUS: Super gonorrhoea has been reported in Australia, Asia and
Britain
:
: Tourists are feared to be spreading super gonorrhoea after a UK man became
: the world's first to be diagnosed with the drug resistant infection after
a
: holiday in Asia.
:
: Gonorrhoea is spread through all forms of sex and can leave women
infertile
: if untreated.
:
: World Health Organisation officials raised concerns two years ago that the
: STI could become immune to antibiotics in a "matter of years".
:
: Fears of a super gonorrhoea spread were raised early this year, when two
: cases were diagnosed in what doctors described as a "shot across the bow".
:
: STI: Gonorrhoea can be symptomless and leave women infertile
:
: More than 78 million people a year are infected with gonorrhoea worldwide,
: with only chlamydia and genital warts being more common STIs.
:
: And worryingly the infection does not always cause symptoms - so it can
: regularly go untreated.
:
: Unusual discharge from the penis or vagina are the most common signs and
it
: can also lead to pelvic inflammatory disease.
:
: Chief Medical Officer Dame Sally Davies has previously written to GPs
: warning that gonorrhoea could become an "untreatable disease".
:
:
ZZyXX
2018-08-09 00:30:14 UTC
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Post by BurfordTJustice
Super gonorrhoea OUTBREAK worsens as new strains emerge - and there is NO
CURE
Two completely drug-resistant versions of the venereal disease have been
found and identified - with fears rampant unprotected sex could rigger an
epidemic.
Doctors have been unable to treat patients with antibiotic ceftriaxone and
azithromycin.
And sufferers have been left with a gonorrhoea - also known as the clap -
infection that causes extreme pain during urination.
Australia's federal government has issued a report warning of the risk of
the "continuing threat of antimicrobial resistance by dangerous bacteria".
Officials added another five strains of gonorrhoea have been found which
have "high level resistance" to treatments.
SUPER GONORRHEOA: Doctors fear two untreatable strains and five resistant
strains
"To prevent sexually transmitted infections, either to yourself or others,
it is best to practice safe sex."
John Turnidge
Professor John Turnidge, the senior medical adviser with the Australian
Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care, said people need to take
more care during sex.
He said: "To prevent sexually transmitted infections, either to yourself or
others, it is best to practice safe sex.
"Safe sex includes using a condom or dental dam to ensure that you do not
pass an infection on to your partner."
Doctors revealed the seven new gonorrhoea strains in their biannual report
for the National Alert System for Critical Antimicrobial Resistance.
SAFE SEX: Couples were urged to take precautions to avoid super gonorrhoea
The report reads: "The detection of these strains is concerning because of
the potential for gonorrhoea to cause a community outbreak of sexually
transmitted infections."
Around 38% of cases of drug resistant infections in Australia are found to
be gonorrhoea.
It said: "For the first time, two extensively drug resistant gonorrhoeae
infections have been reported in Australia, following a report in the United
Kingdom of a similar strain.
"These infections are unable to be treated with the recommended treatments
of ceftriaxone and azithromycin."
DANGEROUS: Super gonorrhoea has been reported in Australia, Asia and Britain
Tourists are feared to be spreading super gonorrhoea after a UK man became
the world's first to be diagnosed with the drug resistant infection after a
holiday in Asia.
Gonorrhoea is spread through all forms of sex and can leave women infertile
if untreated.
World Health Organisation officials raised concerns two years ago that the
STI could become immune to antibiotics in a "matter of years".
Fears of a super gonorrhoea spread were raised early this year, when two
cases were diagnosed in what doctors described as a "shot across the bow".
STI: Gonorrhoea can be symptomless and leave women infertile
More than 78 million people a year are infected with gonorrhoea worldwide,
with only chlamydia and genital warts being more common STIs.
And worryingly the infection does not always cause symptoms - so it can
regularly go untreated.
Unusual discharge from the penis or vagina are the most common signs and it
can also lead to pelvic inflammatory disease.
Chief Medical Officer Dame Sally Davies has previously written to GPs
warning that gonorrhoea could become an "untreatable disease".
how does that affect the sexless, like you?
BurfordTJustice
2018-08-09 11:24:34 UTC
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"BurfordTJustice" <burford/***@uk.MI15> wrote in message news:pkepbu$ln6$***@dont-email.me...
: Super gonorrhoea OUTBREAK worsens as new strains emerge - and there is NO
: CURE
:
:
:
: Two completely drug-resistant versions of the venereal disease have been
: found and identified - with fears rampant unprotected sex could rigger an
: epidemic.
:
: Doctors have been unable to treat patients with antibiotic ceftriaxone and
: azithromycin.
:
: And sufferers have been left with a gonorrhoea - also known as the clap -
: infection that causes extreme pain during urination.
:
: Australia's federal government has issued a report warning of the risk of
: the "continuing threat of antimicrobial resistance by dangerous bacteria".
:
: Officials added another five strains of gonorrhoea have been found which
: have "high level resistance" to treatments.
:
:
:
: SUPER GONORRHEOA: Doctors fear two untreatable strains and five resistant
: strains
: "To prevent sexually transmitted infections, either to yourself or
others,
: it is best to practice safe sex."
:
: John Turnidge
: Professor John Turnidge, the senior medical adviser with the Australian
: Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care, said people need to take
: more care during sex.
:
: He said: "To prevent sexually transmitted infections, either to yourself
or
: others, it is best to practice safe sex.
:
: "Safe sex includes using a condom or dental dam to ensure that you do not
: pass an infection on to your partner."
:
: Doctors revealed the seven new gonorrhoea strains in their biannual report
: for the National Alert System for Critical Antimicrobial Resistance.
:
: SAFE SEX: Couples were urged to take precautions to avoid super gonorrhoea
:
: The report reads: "The detection of these strains is concerning because of
: the potential for gonorrhoea to cause a community outbreak of sexually
: transmitted infections."
:
: Around 38% of cases of drug resistant infections in Australia are found to
: be gonorrhoea.
:
: It said: "For the first time, two extensively drug resistant gonorrhoeae
: infections have been reported in Australia, following a report in the
United
: Kingdom of a similar strain.
:
: "These infections are unable to be treated with the recommended treatments
: of ceftriaxone and azithromycin."
:
: DANGEROUS: Super gonorrhoea has been reported in Australia, Asia and
Britain
:
: Tourists are feared to be spreading super gonorrhoea after a UK man became
: the world's first to be diagnosed with the drug resistant infection after
a
: holiday in Asia.
:
: Gonorrhoea is spread through all forms of sex and can leave women
infertile
: if untreated.
:
: World Health Organisation officials raised concerns two years ago that the
: STI could become immune to antibiotics in a "matter of years".
:
: Fears of a super gonorrhoea spread were raised early this year, when two
: cases were diagnosed in what doctors described as a "shot across the bow".
:
: STI: Gonorrhoea can be symptomless and leave women infertile
:
: More than 78 million people a year are infected with gonorrhoea worldwide,
: with only chlamydia and genital warts being more common STIs.
:
: And worryingly the infection does not always cause symptoms - so it can
: regularly go untreated.
:
: Unusual discharge from the penis or vagina are the most common signs and
it
: can also lead to pelvic inflammatory disease.
:
: Chief Medical Officer Dame Sally Davies has previously written to GPs
: warning that gonorrhoea could become an "untreatable disease".
:
:
ZZyXX
2018-08-09 19:17:57 UTC
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Post by BurfordTJustice
: Super gonorrhoea OUTBREAK worsens as new strains emerge - and there is NO
: CURE
: Two completely drug-resistant versions of the venereal disease have been
: found and identified - with fears rampant unprotected sex could rigger an
: epidemic.
: Doctors have been unable to treat patients with antibiotic ceftriaxone and
: azithromycin.
: And sufferers have been left with a gonorrhoea - also known as the clap -
: infection that causes extreme pain during urination.
: Australia's federal government has issued a report warning of the risk of
: the "continuing threat of antimicrobial resistance by dangerous bacteria".
: Officials added another five strains of gonorrhoea have been found which
: have "high level resistance" to treatments.
: SUPER GONORRHEOA: Doctors fear two untreatable strains and five resistant
: strains
: "To prevent sexually transmitted infections, either to yourself or
others,
: it is best to practice safe sex."
: John Turnidge
: Professor John Turnidge, the senior medical adviser with the Australian
: Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care, said people need to take
: more care during sex.
: He said: "To prevent sexually transmitted infections, either to yourself
or
: others, it is best to practice safe sex.
: "Safe sex includes using a condom or dental dam to ensure that you do not
: pass an infection on to your partner."
: Doctors revealed the seven new gonorrhoea strains in their biannual report
: for the National Alert System for Critical Antimicrobial Resistance.
: SAFE SEX: Couples were urged to take precautions to avoid super gonorrhoea
: The report reads: "The detection of these strains is concerning because of
: the potential for gonorrhoea to cause a community outbreak of sexually
: transmitted infections."
: Around 38% of cases of drug resistant infections in Australia are found to
: be gonorrhoea.
: It said: "For the first time, two extensively drug resistant gonorrhoeae
: infections have been reported in Australia, following a report in the
United
: Kingdom of a similar strain.
: "These infections are unable to be treated with the recommended treatments
: of ceftriaxone and azithromycin."
: DANGEROUS: Super gonorrhoea has been reported in Australia, Asia and
Britain
: Tourists are feared to be spreading super gonorrhoea after a UK man became
: the world's first to be diagnosed with the drug resistant infection after
a
: holiday in Asia.
: Gonorrhoea is spread through all forms of sex and can leave women
infertile
: if untreated.
: World Health Organisation officials raised concerns two years ago that the
: STI could become immune to antibiotics in a "matter of years".
: Fears of a super gonorrhoea spread were raised early this year, when two
: cases were diagnosed in what doctors described as a "shot across the bow".
: STI: Gonorrhoea can be symptomless and leave women infertile
: More than 78 million people a year are infected with gonorrhoea worldwide,
: with only chlamydia and genital warts being more common STIs.
: And worryingly the infection does not always cause symptoms - so it can
: regularly go untreated.
: Unusual discharge from the penis or vagina are the most common signs and
it
: can also lead to pelvic inflammatory disease.
: Chief Medical Officer Dame Sally Davies has previously written to GPs
: warning that gonorrhoea could become an "untreatable disease".
Replying to yourself is a sure sign of mental illness.
Jack Goff
2018-08-09 14:55:09 UTC
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Post by BurfordTJustice
Super gonorrhoea OUTBREAK worsens as new strains emerge - and there is NO
CURE
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