volume 19, issue 2, P513-540 2005
DOI: 10.1016/j.idc.2005.03.004
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Matthew R. Golden, Lisa E. Manhart

Abstract: Bacterial STI continues to be a major problem in developed nations. Research and evolving standards of public health practice are cause for optimism and concern. Innovations in case-finding and treatment, particularly the application of NAATs to test for chlamydial infection in nonclinical settings, are successes that merit more widespread application. EPT, selective STI screening in men, and rescreening are all promising, but are not yet in widespread use and may face significant operational barriers. To date…

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