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A Healthy Sexual Life: What Everyone Needs to Know in 2012, But May Be Afraid to Ask

Presented by Stanford Sexual Health Clinic

The personal and public health burden of sexually transmitted infections including HIV infection continues to have a major impact on our society. In this non-technical discussion, faculty from Stanfordís newly established Sexual Health Clinic will discuss the latest in easy-to-use screening tests, plus new diagnostics, treatments and prevention therapies available to ensure sexual health. The discussion is intended for an adult audience and is interactive. We will discuss STIís including syphilis, chlamydia, gonorrhea and HIV ó including new information about prevention measures that can protect you!

Speakers: Andrew Zolopa, MD
Professor of Medicine, Infectious Diseases,
Stanford University Medical Center; and
Annie Talbot, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor
of Medicine, Infectious Diseases,
University Medical Center

Wednesday, April 25
7:00 pm

Redwood City Public Library
1044 Middlefield Road
Redwood City

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