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Author Topic: Honolulu, Long Beach, Orange County, LA, NYC drug-resistant gonorrhea  (Read 1513 times)

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Offline bimazek

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Philadelphia and more than 20 percent in Honolulu and four areas in California, Long Beach, Orange County, San Diego and San Francisco. http://www.nytimes.com/2007/04/13/health/13disease.html?hp

drug-resistant gonorrhea among heterosexual men at the clinics last year reached 26 percent in Philadelphia and more than 20 percent in Honolulu and four areas in California, Long Beach, Orange County, San Diego and San Francisco.

“Now we are down to one class of drugs,” said Dr. Gail Bolan, an expert in sexually transmitted diseases at the California Department of Health Services. “That’s a very perilous situation to be in.”

Dr. Bolan is a spokeswoman for the Infectious Diseases Society of America, a professional organization.

If you are sexually active

be careful

this is 1 million times easier to catch than hiv

Offline mudman8

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Re: Honolulu, Long Beach, Orange County, LA, NYC drug-resistant gonorrhea
« Reply #1 on: April 21, 2007, 03:58:08 PM »
yeah I read this article in the papaer, scares me.  I'm quite frisky but am going back to wearing a condom. tho this doesn't help us cocksuckers out there.
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