Urgent Care News

14 July, 2015

“If we know people are having true recurrent infections, then this kind of therapy could be very useful. [Knox] points out the data on self-start therapy. People are given instructions on how to evaluate and treat themselves and have a stock of antibiotics that they could keep on hand and treat themselves. That’s been very effective.”

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