Growing antibiotic resistance and chronic urinary tract infections have illustrated the need for new, effective treatments for UTIs.
Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are extremely common; many are unfortunate enough to be familiar with the pain and urgency to urinate that UTIs induce. While the majority of UTIs are easily treated with a short course of antibiotics – for some, this isn’t enough. Recurrent UTIs, defined as three UTI episodes within a year or two within six months, are common and often due to improper treatment of the initial infection.
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