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D01.2 Among men who have sex with men, pharyngeal infection contributes more to population levels of gonorrhea transmission than urethral infection, rectal infection, or both (Against the motion)
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Handsfield HH
D01.2 Among men who have sex with men, pharyngeal infection contributes more to population levels of gonorrhea transmission than urethral infection, rectal infection, or both (Against the motion)

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  • First published July 14, 2019.
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July 14, 2019

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