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Assessing the impact of national anti-HIV sexual health campaigns: trends in the transmission of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections in England
  1. Angus Nicoll anicoll{at}phls.org.uk
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Nicoll A, Hughes G, Donnelly M, et al
Assessing the impact of national anti-HIV sexual health campaigns: trends in the transmission of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections in England

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  • Accepted April 10, 2001
  • First published August 1, 2001.
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August 01, 2001
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    Web Figure 1: Annual rates of total new attendances at genitourinary medicine clinics in England, males and females 1971�99.

    Web Figure 2: Annual rates of attendances at genitourinary clinics in England: with new diagnoses of genital herpes; males and females, 1971�99.

    Web Figure 3: Annual rates of attendances at genitourinary clinics in England with new diagnoses of genital warts; males and females, 1971�99.

    Web Table 2: Numbers and rates (per 100 000 total population) of attendances at genitourinary medicine clinics in England.

    Web Table 3: Numbers and rates (per 100 000 total population) of attendances at genitourinary medicine clinics in England.

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