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Sexually transmitted infections in Indian female sex workers

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Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are prevalent in developing countries where diagnostic and treatment facilities are often poor. The World Health Organisation has advised an approach to prevalence assessment and management based on clinical features in areas where prevalence is high and facilities are poor. Researchers in India have shown the inaccuracies of such an approach.

Female sex workers in a red light area of the city of Surat …

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