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Syphilis is a sexually transmitted disease caused by the spirochetal bacterium Treponema pallidum subspecies pallidum. The route of transmission of syphilis is almost always through sexual contact, although there are examples...
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Provides basic background information about syphilis.
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Syphilis - STD Information from CDC. Facts, Statistics, Treatment, Syphilis Elimination, and Other Resources. ... Syphilis Surveillance Project Annual Report ...
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More about Syphilis: Causes and symptoms Diagnosis Treatment Alternative treatment Prognosis Prevention Resources Syphilis Definition Syphilis is an
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Syphilis — Comprehensive overview covers symptoms, causes, treatment of this potentially serious sexually transmitted disorder.
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You've probably heard lots of discouraging news about sexually transmitted diseases. ... You cannot catch syphilis from a towel, doorknob, or toilet seat. ...
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Syphilis is an STD that, if it goes untreated, can lead to serious health problems. ... A syphilis infection can be treated in its early stages with antibiotics, and ...
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Secondary syphilis occurs about 2-8 weeks after the first sores form. ... Those with secondary syphilis may also have fever, fatigue, rash, aches and ...
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Syphilis is a devastating sexually transmitted disease (STD) ... Original Source: http://www.urologychannel.com/std/syphilis.shtml ...
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Home > Frequently Asked Questions > Syphilis. Give us feedback on this information ... Syphilis is not spread by contact with toilet seats, doorknobs, swimming pools, ...
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Syphilis is a sexually transmitted, bacterial infection that initially causes ... Syphilis. Volunteer for NIAID-funded clinical studies related to syphilis on ...
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Syphilis ... Although syphilis remains a significant health problem in the United States, the ... Preventing syphilis is especially important because persons ...
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Covers topics including the symptoms of syphilis, when to seek medical care, exams and tests, treatment, and post-treatment care.
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Syphilis: symptoms, treatment, long-term outlook, complications, prevention, cause ... The primary stage of syphilis is characterized by the appearance of a single ...
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... Control and Prevention (CDC), cases of syphilis have risen every year since 2000. ... How can I protect myself from syphilis? ...
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Communicable Disease Fact Sheet, syphilis ... Further information on syphilis from Wadsworth Center for Laboratories and Research ...
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Syphilis is an infectious disease. ... Those with secondary syphilis may also have ... Tertiary syphilis causes heart, brain, and nervous system problems. ...
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Syphilis ... Because syphilis is usually spread when people have sexual contact, chancres are ... a woman with latent-stage syphilis doesn't find out that she ...
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