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  1. Jackie A Cassell, Editor

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After a gap, we are delighted this month to announce the return of Clinical Roundup.1Sexually Transmitted Infections” dates back to 1925 as you can see by logging on to our archive at sti.bmj.com. We began as a journal that served a developing profession, in a pre-antibiotic age when the complications of syphilis and gonorrhoea ravaged the military and (more discreetly recorded) their wives and lovers. First the “British Journal of Venereal Diseases”, we later became “Genitourinary Medicine” and eventually “Sexually Transmitted Infections”. In all of these guises, we have sought to meet the needs of our clinical readers to be well-briefed on contemporary challenges in the care of those afflicted by the wounds of sexual desire. We have also tried to broaden the perspectives of …

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