volume 19, issue 1, P103-120 2005
DOI: 10.1016/j.idc.2004.10.008
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Jeanne M. Marrazzo

Abstract: Health care providers in a variety of settings need to improve their ability--along with the capabilities of supporting laboratories, surveillance systems, and services for sex partner management--to diagnose and treat STI. Whether the travel health care sector, as such, is willing to take on the additional burden of STI-related screening and risk reduction counseling has been raised by some authors. Currently, the burden of providing formalized STI care falls on the public sector; however, in the United State…

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