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Data collected from HIV surveillance are crucial to guide public health interventions, planning, and prevention efforts. But developing countries face several challenges to implementing surveillance programs says a team of researchers from the US and the Democratic Republic of Congo in this week's PLoS Medicine.
The number of sexually spread diseases is soaring with reported chlamydia cases setting a record, government health officials reported Tuesday.
SEATTLE, Dec. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- The Washington Life Sciences Discovery Fund (LSDF) has awarded nearly $4.7 million to launch the start-up phase of the Washington Vaccine Alliance (WAVA) and to support initial research into three new vaccines for E. coli, herpes and syphilis.
One in every 50 people screened for a suspected sexually transmitted infection at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit was infected with HIV, researchers said.
By Rushing, Elisabeth J Liappis, Angelike; Smirniotopoulos, James D; Smith, Alice B; Henry, James M; Man, Yan-Gao; Nelson, Ann M Abstract Immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome represents a spectrum of clinicopathologic entities encountered in human immunodeficiency virus-infected patients who have received highly active anti-retroviral therapy.
By Guner, Fisun The latest display at the excellent Wellcome Collection is a haunting hotchpotch of skeletons. By Fisun Guner The air is chilly, the atmosphere is hushed, the lights are dimmed low: a gallery at the Wellcome Collection has been turned into a crepuscular tomb.
U.S. scientists studying syphilis bacteria say they have found genetic variations that could have significant clinical and epidemiological importance.
In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue, but when he sailed back 'cross the sea, he may have spread a new disease — syphilis. The first recorded epidemic of syphilis happened during the Renaissance in 1495.
By Maggie Fox, Health and Science Correspondent WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The growing U.S. prison population needs better and more organized protection from potential medical research abuses, a committee of experts said on Wednesday.
LONDON (Reuters) - The number of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) diagnosed in the UK continued to rise in 2005, with syphilis showing a 23 percent increase, the Health Protection Agency said on Tuesday.