New Reported Gonorrhea Cases Double in Hamilton in 2016

By Joey Coleman // @JoeyColeman
Published: Mar 19 2017 (a month ago) // Last Updated: Mar 19 2017 (a month ago)

Hamilton Public Health says 343 new cases of gonorrhoea were reported to them in 2016, almost double the 188 cases reported in 2015.

In their annual Infectious Disease and Environment Health Report, Public Health writes "Most cases occur in people between the ages of 20 and 45 years".

I've asked for an interview with Public Health officials, which I plan to air during Wednesday's The Public Record Radio Show on CFMU.

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