Treating UTIs without antibiotics?

Multiple white cells seen in the urine of a person with a urinary tract infection. Photo: Wikimedia commons

Millions of people throughout the world experience urinary tract infections (UTIs) every year. Antibiotics are the mainstay of treatment however, their frequent use has led to an increase in antibiotic-resistant organisms and bacteria are now gaining the upper hand. Scientists are developing a novel new therapy to treat UTIs that does not include the use of traditional antibiotics.

Read more at Ausmed


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