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  • Download the 2015 STD Treatment (Tx) Guide app, an easy-to-use reference that combines information from the STD Treatment Guidelines as well as MMWR updates, and features a streamlined interface so providers can access treatment and diagnostic information. The free app is available for Apple devices. An Android app is currently being developed and will be available this summer.
  •     April 3, 2015     Clinical Advisory: Ocular Syphilis in the United States Since December 2014, at least 15 cases of ocular syphilis from California and Washington have been reported to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. At least five other states have suspect cases under investiga
  • Last week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention sent out a clinical advisory on an apparent increase in ocular syphilis in the United States.  According to the Advisory: “Since December 2014, at least 15 cases of ocular syphilis from California and Washington have been reported to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. At least five other states have suspect cases under investigation. The majority of cases have been among MSM with HIV; and a
  • The following free access articles appeared in the June edition of the Real World of STD Prevention rubric of the journal Sexually Transmitted Diseases: Neurosyphilis Initially Presenting as Hemorrhagic Exudative Optic Neuropathy in an Immunocompetent Patient Kim, Eun Bi; Jin, Kiwon; Choi, Dong Gyu; Bae, So Hyun Neurosyphilis and Ophthalmic Syphilis in Persons With Negative Rapid Plasma Reagin and Positive Treponemal Antibody Test Results Tuddenham, Susan; Obeng,
  • Our case is a 45 year old HIV+ gay man who presented to our STD clinic as a contact to a partner with gonorrhea. He has had a generalized rash since 6 weeks and now also complains of "pink eye".  The (timely) case study is this week's feature resource.
  • May 13, 2015 NEW DATE & TIME: 2015 STD Treatment Guidelines Overview Webinar; June 22nd at 2 p.m. ET Dear Partners in Prevention: The previously announced 2015 STD Treatment Guidelines Overview Webinar has been rescheduled and will now be held on Mon
  •     Please join us this Thursday, June 4, 2015 from 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm ET for the next STD Prevention Science Series when Dr. Adaora Adimora presents on the challenge that racial inequality and social determinants present when designing interventions and performing research.
  • Today, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have released the 2015 edition of the CDC Sexually Transmitted Diseases Treatment Guidelines. This is the single most authoritative, comprehensive and up to date guide on the management and treatment of STDs and the new edition has been eagerly awaited. In fact, the last edition came out 5 years ago in 2010. Here to talk to us about the background of this document and some of the important changes compared to the prev
  • Reproductive and sexual health morbidity in the United States continues to far exceed that of other developed nations. Calls for greater attention and new strategies to address this fact usually begin with a ceremonial nod to the numbers of associated adverse health outcomes (an estimated 50 000 new human immunodeficiency virus [HIV] infections, 20 million sexually transmitted infections [STIs], 3 million unintended pregnancies, and 1 million rapes annually).1 This morbidity has substan

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JAMA: Sexual Health in America

Reproductive and sexual health morbidity in the United States continues to far exceed that of other developed nations. Calls for greater attention and new strategies to address this fact usually begin with a ceremonial nod to the numbers of associated adverse health outcomes (an estimated 50 000 new human immunodeficiency virus [HIV] infections, 20 million sexually transmitted infections [STIs], 3 million unintended pregnancies, and 1 million rapes annually).1 This morbidity has substan
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From the ASTDA President: What's Happening?

From the ASTDA President: What’s Happening? At the start of the second year of my two-year tenure as ASTDA’s president, this is a good time to take stock of the Association’s accomplishments this past year and also tell you about some things on the immediate horizon. First, I hope you will join me in celebrating the 2015 ASTDA recognition award winners at the ISSTDR meeting in Brisbane, Australia during the annual ASTDA Awards Luncheon. At this event, the ASTDA Distinguished Career Award will be presented to Dr. Anna Wald from the University of Washington, while
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STDPOdcast: Dr. Ina Park on the New CDC STD Treatment Guidelines

Today, Friday June 5th, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have released the 2015 edition of the CDC Sexually Transmitted Diseases Treatment Guidelines.  This is the single most authoritative, comprehensive and up to date guide on the management and treatment of STDs and the new edition has been eagerly awaited. In fact, the last edition came out 5 years ago in 2010. Here to talk to us about the background of this document and some of the important chang
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NCSD Weekly Update - July 31, 2015

    Dear NCSD Members -   NCSD continues to work on your behalf to turn back the $32 million funding cut proposed by the U.S. Senate.  If you have not sent us state-specific
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Sexually Transmitted Diseases - Table of Contents, August 2015

          A new issue of Sexually Transmitted Diseases is now available online and for download through the iPad app!  Keep reading below for more details about this
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NCSD Weekly Update - July 10, 2015

    Dear NCSD Members -   NCSD continues to work on your behalf to turn back the $32 million funding cut proposed by the U.S. Senate.  In order to improve our education of
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NCSD Weekly Newsletter - July 2, 2015

    Dear NCSD Members -   NCSD continues to work on your behalf to turn back the $32 million cut proposed by the U.S. Senate.  We need information from you to improve our
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21st Meeting of the ISSTDR: 13-16 September, 2015

For the first time in its 40 year history the International Society for STD Research (ISSTDR) is holding its biennial meeting below the equator, not to mention the eastern hemisphere. Once again the meeting is being held in con...

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