Research Discovery May Lead to New UTI Treatments

06:30 EDT 27 Sep 2019 | Relias Media

Recurrent urinary tract infections (UTIs) are extremely common. In a primary care setting, 53% of women above age 55 years and 36% of younger women reported a recurrence within one year. Recent research indicates that some UTIs may stem from a persistent reservoir of E. coli residing in the intestine.

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