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Related to sexually transmitted disease: trichomoniasis, chlamydia, Sexually transmitted infections

STD

The ISO 4217 currency code for the Sao Tome & Principe Dobra.

STD

ISO 4217 code for the Sao Tome and Principe dobra. It was introduced in 1977, replacing the Sao Tome and Principe escudo. In the mid-2000s, the dobra's inflation rate accelerated significantly. In 2009, it was pegged to the euro.
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The good news is that sexually transmitted diseases are preventable, and when diagnosed early, many can be treated effectively.
That's about four times the incidence found even in the high-risk group of people treated in clinics for a variety of sexually transmitted diseases, he says.
Chlamydia is the nation's most common sexually transmitted disease, affecting nearly 3 million people annually.
Spend not hours, but weeks covering every unpleasant element of every sexually transmitted disease.
Women at a sexually transmitted disease clinic who reported same-sex contact: their HIV seroprevalence and risk behaviors.
It presents the scientifically established facts as to how sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are transmitted and how to prevent their spread.
Hitchcock, chief of the sexually transmitted diseases branch of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) in Bethesda, Md.
Such screening serves an important public health purpose as well, especially for sexually transmitted disease (STD) control.
This sobering fact is relevant to one of the great challenges faced today by the medical profession; how to eradicate an epidemic of sexually transmitted disease which, in some countries, has reached the dimensions of a plague.
women running a one-in-four chance of contracting a sexually transmitted disease (STD) in their lifetime, the vast majority of physicians in a survey released today believe women at risk for these conditions should protect themselves by pairing two of the most effective weapons in the reproductive health care arsenal -- the birth control pill for maximum protection against unplanned pregnancy and the latex condom for protection against disease.
The sexually transmitted disease (STD) test segment is already onto the molecular diagnostics platform.
Women and, to a lesser extent, men attending a Seattle sexually transmitted disease (STD) clinic in 2002-2003 were more apt to tell a computer about sensitive behaviors than they were to tell a live interviewer.
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