STD MONTHLY REPORTS FOR SAN DIEGO COUNTY
Reports include monthly and cumulative (year-to-date) cases and rates for reportable STDs in San Diego County and an Editorial Note.
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9, Issue 6: STD Trends in San Diego County: 2016 Data
9, Issue 5: New Resources for Antibiotic-Resistant
Volume 9, Issue 4: Hepatitis A Virus Outbreak in San Diego County
9, Issue 3: April is STD Awareness Month!
9, Issue 2: Urgent Health Alert: Limited Availability of
Long-Acting Benzathine Penicillin G (Bicillin®
- Volume 9, Issue 1: Lymphogranuloma Venereum
8, Issue 12:
County of San Diego STD Clinic HIV Post-Exposure Prophylaxis
- Volume 8, Issue 11: STDs on the Rise Nationwide in 2015
8, Issue 10: Sexual Transmission of Zika Virus
- Volume 8, Issue 9: Cluster of Shigella flexneri Infections Among Men in Southern California
8, Issue 8: Gonococcal Antimicrobial Susceptibility
- Volume 8, Issue 7: STD Trends in San Diego County: 2015 Data Summary
- Volume 8, Issue 6: Changes in Pelvic inflammatory Disease Reporting Requirements
8, Issue 5: Limited Availability of Long-Acting
- Volume 8, Issue 4: HIV Testing in Hospital Emergency Departments
8, Issue 3: Immediate Antiretroviral Therapy
8, Issue 2: HPV Vaccination
- Volume 8, Issue 1: CalREDIE Provider Portal: An Electronic Option for STD Reporting
7, Issue 8: Unmet Need for Dental Care in People Living with
HIV and AIDS
- Volume 7, Issue 7: Patient-Delivered Partner Therapy
- Volume 7, Issue 6: Congenital Syphilis in California
7, Issue 5: Expansion of County STD/HIV Disease Intervention
- Volume 7, Issue 4: STD Trends in San Diego: 2014 Data Summary
- Volume 7, Issue 3: Updated CDC STD Treatment Guidelines
- Volume 7, Issue 2: Missed Opportunities for HIV Testing in San Diego County
- Volume 7, Issue 1: Ocular Syphilis
For reports released prior to 2015, please visit the Reports and Statistics Archive .
For more HIV/AIDS-related reports and data please visit the County of San Diego HIV/AIDS Epidemiology Unit's page.
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Last updated August 7, 2017.