Burning Questions: UTIs are meant to be easy to treat. So they have they become a reoccurring nightmare for so many women?
By Penny Carroll, Australian Women’s Health Magazine, December 2019
Rise in persistent UTIs could be linked to antibiotics crackdown
By Hannah Devlin, The Guardian, United Kingdom, October 2019
The burning question: Why can’t doctors help end the misery of urine infections?
By Linda Geddes, The Daily Mail, United Kingdom, September 2019
Is it time to rethink midstream urine culture for UTI diagnosis?
By Dr Evelyn Lewin, NewsGP, Australia, June 2019
‘UTI tests could be missing a huge number of women with infections, experts say’
By Caroline Zielinkski, ABC News, Australia, June 2019
‘UTI Treatment is in Crisis: The way doctors treat urinary tract infections may be wrong, and antibiotic resistance is growing’
By Dana G Smith, Medium, United States, April 2019
‘Antibiotic resistance plan to fight urgent global threat’
BBC, United Kingdom, January 2019