Study pushes dangerous drug as urinary infection cure, but cranberries work better
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A just published study emphasizes that the super strong Big Pharma antibiotic combo trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole (dubbed TMP-SMX, for short, and marketed as Bactrim, Bethaprim, Cotrim and Septra) appears to be more effective for repeated urinary tract infections (UTIs) than the time proven natural remedy of cranberries. View full resource at ibtimes.com
Tags: Infection, Urinary System, Drug, Pharma, Antibiotic, Bactrim, Septra
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