Top 10 Clinical Trends for July 2015

Ryan Syrek

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July 22, 2015

#1 Clinical Trend: Gonorrhea Treatment

In 2012, the CDC issued a warning that only gonorrhea was becoming increasingly resistant to antibiotics. In response, researchers at the University of Alabama Birmingham have begun testing solithromycin (Cempra®) as a new treatment for gonorrhea with encouraging results. Hopefully, physicians will soon have a new tool with which to confront this condition.

For more in-depth clinical information, see Gonorrhea.

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