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REQUESTING ONLY WRITER 22952 FOR THIS ONE PAGE RESPONSE TO PROFESSOR BECKY\’S QUESTIONS ABOUT HIGH RATE OF MALE INCIDENCE OF CHLAMYDIA (((response CDC RECOMMENDS (((citation))) first article WHO FEMALE UNDER THE AGE OF 25 WHO ARE SEXUALLY ACTIVE SHOULD BE TESTED YEARLY, WHERE AS THERE IS NO CDC RECOMMENDATION FOR MALES 25 AND UNDER TO BE TESTED THE DISEASE IS SPREADING FASTER IN MALES ADDITIONALLY BECAUSE IN MANY CASES PATIENTS ARE ASYMPTOATIC AND MAY BE UNAWARE THEY HAVE AND ARE TRANSMITTING CHLAMYDIA AND A QUESTION ((( CITATION FOR WHY MALES HAVE HIGH RATED OF CHLAMYDIA >>ABOUT ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANT STRAINS OF CHLAMYDIA,>> CURRENTLY THEY HAVE FOUND RESISTANT STRAINS IN VITRO WITH CELLS OR DNA OUTSIDE THE ORGANISM BUT THER IS NO CURRENT EVIDENCE OF CHLAMYDIA STRAINS WHICH ARE RESISTANT TO ANTIBIOTICS IN HUMANS,, THERE IS EVIDENCE THAT GONNEREAH IN PARTICULAR HAS PRODUCE SOME STRAINS THAT ARE RESISTANT TO CURRENT AND PREVIOUS ANTI-BIOTICS AND WITH THESE STRAINS THERE IS NO KNOWN EFFECTIVE TREATMENT FOR THES STRAINS ,, IT IS CLEAR WHE YOU PAY ATTENTION TO THW WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION EPIDEMILOGICAL NUMBERS FROM AROUND THE WORL THAT SCREENING AND TREATMENT ARE NOT CONTAING OR CONTROLLING THE SPREAD OF SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS… AND WHEN THESE BACTERIA DEVELOP INTO RESISTANT STRAINS THE CONSEQUENCES CAN BECOME WORSE AND WORSE,, MONEY AND EFFORT SHOULD BE POURED INTO SCREENING AND TREATMENT AND CONDOM EDUCATION AND SUPPLIES TO REDUCE THE INCIDENCE OF STIs, because these infections lead to many other disease conditions which can be prevented provided they are screened early and persistently talk about in vitro in th lab dna or pieces of dna, in vivo in the living organism in it\’s intact state and in silico on the computer simulating life the Marshall Protocol Knowledge Base LAST ARTICLE IN SELECT FILE >>>