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Epidemiology of syphilis in Kenya: results from a nationally representative serological survey
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    High rates of syphilis among antenatal clients observed in Rarieda District, western Kenya

    Stephanie Dellicour 1,2,3 , Florence Diemo4, Kayla Laserson2,3, Feiko ter Kuile1, Meghna Desai2,3 1. Child and Reproductive Health, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, UK 2. Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI), Center for Global Health Research (CGHR), Kisumu, Kenya 3. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Atlanta, USA 4. Rarieda District Medical Officer for Health (DMOH), Nyanza Province, Kenya

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