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Abstract

Genital warts was the most frequently diagnosed sexually transmitted infection (STI) in Cyprus in 2004, according to the first year’s results from the STI Sentinel Network of Clinicians surveillance. This accounted for 242 (32%) of the 757 new cases of diagnosed STIs, with genital herpes (167, 22%) and gonorrhoea (136, 18%) being the second and third most frequent diagnoses. Cases of syphilis made up 3% of the total number of reported STIs.

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2005-06-16
2017-11-17
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