There's a call for new treatments and more surveillance of a common STD.
Scientists say, Gonorrhea appears to be growing resistant to the only remaining class of antibiotics available to treat the sexually transmitted disease.
That's according to a new 10 year analysis by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Researchers are also calling for more gonorrhea surveillance to identify emerging patterns of antibiotic resistance.
So far, there are no recorded cases of untreatable gonorrhea in the U. S.