Prevention and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases in developing countries

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Abstract

The prevention and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases in developing countries is complicated by a number of factors. High prevalence rates, inadequate diagnostic and treatment facilities, frequent resistance to less expensive antibiotics, associations both epidemiologically and clinically with the HIV pandemic, and a variety of social, behavioural and economic factors act as constraints to effective control.

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