The Latest Incurable STD To Plague The World! Are You Next & Will You Have To Pay The Price To Care For These Duds?

 

STD superbug running rampant after mutating into incurable form

Shigellosis is less well-known than chlamydia, gonorrhoea and syphilis but a new strain of the disease is rapidly taking hold

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An antibiotic-resistant superbug that can be spread either though food poisoning or sexual contact is running rampant throughout Australia.
The disease, called shigellosis, is caused by the Shigella bacterium. It’s common around the world, and causes bloody diarrhoea, high temperature fever, and severe stomach cramps.
Until recently it has been more of an inconvenience than a serious health concern, tending to clear up after a week or so.

The sexually-transmitted variant of shigellosis is becoming more common

It has only been regarded as potentially life-threatening for the very young, or the very old.
But in a new report published this week in the New England Journal of Medicine, public health researchers at the University of Melbourne in Victoria, Australia say the disease is mutating into a new and more worrying form.
Cases of sexually transmitted shigellosis have been spreading much more virulently among gay men, and the drug-resistant form is becoming increasingly common.
No existing antibiotics have any effect on this new, more aggressive form of the disease
“It’s of enormous concern that we’re seeing cases of Shigella that can’t be treated with tablet medication, but instead require hospitalisation,” said Brett Sutton, chief health officer of Victoria, in a statement released by the University of Melbourne.

The Shigella bacterium can often be found on the skin of unwashed fruit (Image: Universal Images Group via Getty Images)

This comes just a year after a new drug-resistant form of widespread STD gonorrhoea was identified by Public Health England.
The World Health Assembly, the decision-making body of the World Health Organisation, has launched a campaign to increasing awareness of the growing menace of drug-resistant infections.
Experts predict that by mid-century, 10 million people a year will die of antibiotic-resistant infections.
Antibiotics came into common use around 80 or 90 years ago, and completely transformed the treatment of many diseases – in particular STDs.

Syphilis, in particular, was a death sentence until antibiotic treatments emerged in the 1930s (Image: Getty Images/EyeEm)

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Chlamydia, gonorrhoea and syphilis were until the early 1930s considered severe, often life-threatening, conditions. Now with the rise of antibiotic-resistant stars of all of these diseases, they are again becoming a serious risk.
Shigellosis, while less well-known for now, looks set to join those three as a major concern as we go into 2020.
Romans 1 6:26 & 27
26 For this reason God gave them up to vile passions. For even their [i]women exchanged the natural use for what is against nature. 27 Likewise also the [j]men, leaving the natural use of the [k]woman, burned in their lust for one another, men with men committing what is shameful, and receiving in themselves the penalty of their error which was due.
Those who turn a blind eye to this conduct will suffer such as the policeman who went blind when some scumbag spit in his eye.  Allowing perversion to rule in America will ultimately be the death knell of America, and all you leftist scum will get to participate!

 

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