Lecture Anatomy and Bacterial STIs Part I - for students

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Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) H312 AIDS and STIs in a Modern Society: A Global Perspective
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H312 AIDS and STIs in a Modern Society: A Global Perspective Female Anatomy
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Female Anatomy
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Male Anatomy
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STIs vs. STDs – Is there a difference? STD conveys the message that once you have become infected with bacteria or viruses that are transmitted sexually that one will automatically advance to a state of disease. STD also conveys the notion that one cannot be cured from a disease, when in fact many STIs can be cured with antibiotics.
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STIs in the US (CDC, Division of STD Prevention) More than 65 million people are currently living with an STIs in the US Every year 19 million people become infected with one or more STIs More than 25 diseases are spread primarily through sexual activity
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Incidence in the US (2006, CDC) Chlamydia 1 million (reported) Gonorrhea 360,000 (reported) Syphilis 9,800 (reported) Herpes 1 million Hepatitis B 120,000 HPV 6.2 million
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STIs Around the World 333 million new STD cases occur in the world every year 111 million occur in young people under 25 years of age Estimated prevalence and annual incidence of curable STDs by region Region (million) Population 15-49 (million) Prevalence (million) Prevalence (per 1,000) Annual Incidence (million) North America 156 3 19 14 Western Europe 203 4 20 17 North Africa & Middle East 165 3.5 21 10 Eastern Europe &
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This note was uploaded on 06/28/2009 for the course BIO 102 taught by Professor Dr.lesleyblair during the Fall '09 term at Oregon State.

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Lecture Anatomy and Bacterial STIs Part I - for students -...

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