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Stigma and lack of awareness stop young people testing for sexually transmitted infections

18:16 EDT 1 Jul 2017 | SciBlogs

By Hayley Denison, Massey University; Collette Bromhead, Massey University, and Rebecca Grainger Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) have afflicted humans for as long as records exist, but despite significant medical advances, we are not managing to keep them at bay. Instead, we see rising infection rates and even the re-emergence of some old foes, including syphilis. […]

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