Mortality related to sexually transmitted diseases in US women, 1973 through 1992.
- Published Article
American journal of public health
- Publication Date
Jun 01, 1997
The leading causes of STD-related mortality in women, viral STDs and their sequelae, are generally not recognized as being sexually transmitted. Increases in STD-related mortality are primarily due to sexually transmitted HIV, which will soon surpass cervical cancer as the leading cause.
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