Japanese and European researchers have identified a new, but so far rare, strain of gonorrhea that is exceptionally resistant to cephalosporins, the last remaining family of antibiotics available to treat the sexually transmitted disease. This new strain of one of the most common STDs in the world, called H041, has left some researchers fearful of a global outbreak. Also, what are the odds that chlamydia or syphilis could turn into the next super germs?
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