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Sexually Transmitted Infections and HIV
  1. B Stanley
  1. Department of Genitourinary Medicine, Cumberland Infirmary, North Cumbria Acute Hospitals NHS Trust, Newtown Road, Carlisle CA2 7HY, UK;

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    Edited by Dan Clutterbuck. Pp 209; £34.99 (softcover). London: Elsevier, 2004, ISBN 0-7234-3284-8.

    This pretty, shiny new book slid out of the packaging. I was rather surprised that a book entitled Sexually Transmitted infections and HIV was as small and neat. The preface explained all—a book “intended for those new to the management of sexually transmitted infections and HIV,” and, as such, it succeeds well in its aim.

    The increasing demand on services providing for those concerned that they may have acquired a sexually transmitted infection and emphasis on “near patient treatment” and “one stop shop” provision means that …

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