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January 2012 - Volume 39 - Issue 1
pp: 1-80,A5-A5

Ongoing Sexually Transmitted Disease Acquisition and Risk-Taking Behavior Among US HIV-Infected Patients in Primary Care: Implications for Prevention Interventions

Mayer, Kenneth H.; Bush, Timothy; Henry, Keith; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 39(1):1-7, January 2012.

High Prevalence of Sexually Transmitted Infections in HIV-Infected Men During Routine Outpatient Visits in the Netherlands

Heiligenberg, Marlies; Rijnders, Bart; Schim van der Loeff, Maarten F.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 39(1):8-15, January 2012.

Recalibrating the Gram Stain Diagnosis of Male Urethritis in the Era of Nucleic Acid Amplification Testing

Rietmeijer, Cornelis A.; Mettenbrink, Christie J.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 39(1):18-20, January 2012.

Acceptability of Optical Coherence Tomography and Abstinence Requirements Among Women Participating in Microbicide Safety Trials

Radecki Breitkopf, Carmen; Loza, Melissa; Vincent, Kathleen; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 39(1):28-31, January 2012.

Unsafe Sexual Behaviors Among HIV-Positive Men and Women in Honduras: The Role of Discrimination, Condom Access, and Gender

Paz-Bailey, Gabriela; Isern Fernandez, Virginia; Morales Miranda, Sonia; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 39(1):35-41, January 2012.

Molecular Typing of Treponema pallidum Causing Early Syphilis in China: A Cross-Sectional Study

Peng, Rui-Rui; Yin, Yue-Ping; Wei, Wan-Hui; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 39(1):42-45, January 2012.

Prevalence of Neisseria gonorrhoeae Infections Among Men and Women Entering the National Job Training Program—United States, 2004–2009

Bradley, Heather; Satterwhite, Catherine Lindsey

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 39(1):49-54, January 2012.

The Slippery Slope: Lubricant Use and Rectal Sexually Transmitted Infections: A Newly Identified Risk

Gorbach, Pamina M.; Weiss, Robert E.; Fuchs, Edward; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 39(1):59-64, January 2012.

Developing a Predictive Model to Prioritize Human Immunodeficiency Virus Partner Notification in North Carolina

Hoots, Brooke E.; MacDonald, Pia D. M.; Hightow-Weidman, Lisa B.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 39(1):65-71, January 2012.

Type-Specific Human Papillomavirus Infections Among Young Heterosexual Male and Female STI Clinic Attendees

Vriend, Henrike J.; Boot, Hein J.; van der Sande, Marianne A. B.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 39(1):72-78, January 2012.

Sexually Transmitted Escherichia coli Urethritis and Orchiepididymitis

Dan, Michael; Gottesman, Tamar; Schwartz, Orna; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 39(1):16-17, January 2012.

Reactive Arthritis Associated With Proctitis Due to Chlamydia trachomatis Serovar L2b

Pendle, Stella; Gowers, Andrew

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 39(1):79-80, January 2012.

Clinical and Virologic Response to Episodic Acyclovir for Genital Ulcers Among HIV-1 Seronegative, Herpes Simplex Virus Type 2 Seropositive African Women: A Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Trial

Baeten, Jared M.; Reid, Stewart E.; Delany-Moretlwe, Sinead; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 39(1):21-24, January 2012.

HPV Vaccine Implementation in STD Clinics—STD Surveillance Network

Meites, Elissa; Llata, Eloisa; Hariri, Susan; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 39(1):32-34, January 2012.

Cost Savings and Increased Efficiency Using a Stratified Specimen Pooling Strategy for Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae

Lewis, Joanna Lynn; Lockary, Vivian Marie; Kobic, Sadika

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 39(1):46-48, January 2012.

Does the Internet Represent a Sexual Health Risk Environment for Young People?

Buhi, Eric R.; Cook, Robert L.; Marhefka, Stephanie L.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 39(1):55-58, January 2012.