Published in Health and Medicine Week, July 11th, 2005
The study, by A. Khan and colleagues, Indiana University, included "473 (239 female and 234 male) subjects [who were] enrolled at a sexually transmitted disease (STD) clinic regardless of symptoms or infection status. Subjects completed a 30-day calendar recall interview of genitourinary symptoms, coital activity, sexual partners, and condom use."
According to these data, "Of the total of 473 participants, 261 (55%) reported symptoms (61% women and 39% men). Sexually transmitted infection (STI) prevalence...
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