Sexually Transmitted Infections: Scientific and technical material

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Guidelines

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  • Comprehensive cervical cancer control. A guide to essential practice - Second edition; 2014

    comprehensive-cervical-cancer-controlCervical cancer is one of the gravest threats to women's lives. It is estimated that over a million women worldwide currently have cervical cancer. Most of these women have not been diagnosed, nor do they have access to treatment that could cure them or prolong their lives. In 2012, 528 000 new cases of cervical cancer were diagnosed, and 266 000 women died of the disease, nearly 90% of them in low- to middle-income countries. Without urgent attention, deaths due to cervical cancer are projected to rise by almost 25% over the next 10 years.

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Policy Briefs

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Technical reports

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  • Report on global sexually transmitted infection surveillance; 2018

    report global sti surveillanceSTI prevention and control has widespread public health benefits. Left untreated, some STIs increase the risk of HIV transmission during unprotected sexual contact and lead to complications, such as pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), infertility, ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage, fetal death and congenital infections. 

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