STI screening, prevention more effective when guided by urbanicity

  • April 16, 2014

Sexually transmitted infections disproportionately affect urban areas, meriting screening and prevention programs that target these metropolitan populations, according to recent study findings.

“Targeting prevention efforts requires understanding the geographical distribution of these infections,” researchers wrote. “Local prevalence estimates provide data important for planning prevention but are not always available or comparable with data from other locations.”

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