Still, not much is known about this disease, regardless of the fact that it's been around for 30 years. "Further research is needed to understand the clinical implications of infection and possible longer-term complications. This information, together with information on resistance patterns to guide antibiotic choice, will inform recommendations on how to test for and manage MG infection," reports Dr. Pam Sonnenberg, an STI expert at University College London and lead author of the paper on the infection. So... we'll see what happens?
Seriously, guys. Wrap it up.
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Jeremy Glass is a writer for Thrillist and is gonna stick to all the old, cool STIs for now.