The rise of ‘super-cystitis’: Poor testing could leave women with symptoms ‘for the rest of their lives’
- James Malone-Lee is a professor of medicine at University College London
- Around 150 million people have a urinary tract infection each year
- But the real figure could be much higher as testing misses most infections
- Up to 30 per cent of patients won’t respond to antibiotics prescribed
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