An article from MTV News describes how people who are infected with coronavirus are advised to treat their chlamydia infection, not spread the infection to others.
The article also describes how a person can manage chronic candidosis, which is an infection that does not necessarily require a cure.
“Cases are rare, but they can develop rapidly and the symptoms can become very severe,” said Dr. Thomas H. Tomsen, chief of infectious diseases at the National Institutes of Health.
“It is important to be aware of the risk to people with this infection and to use appropriate antibiotic therapy to reduce the risk.”
Cancer Treatment and Control Centers’ new guidelines have not yet been posted on the National Library of Medicine’s Web site, but a recent CDC study found that in the past two years, more than a quarter of people with chronic disseminating candidiasis were treated with antibiotics.