Especially asymptomatic infection.

As has expanded screening programs and improved detection tests the ability of the occurrence of sexually transmitted diseases, especially asymptomatic infection, monitor increased since 1996. In this article we examine available evidence and provide estimates for the incidence and prevalence of sexually transmitted diseases among 15-24 – year olds in the United States in 2000.

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