Infectious Diseases in UK

Infectious diseases are still a major health and economic burden in UK. Human infectious diseases in England including costs to the health service, labour market and the individual are estimated £30 billion per year. The number of reported diagnoses of gonorrhoea increased 25% from 2010 to 2013. in 2012 there were 8,741 cases of TB, around estimated 25% of the population is affected by gastrointestinal infection each year. In 2011 apporximately 21% of all days of work were lost because of coughs, cold and flu.

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