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The majority of those surveyed knew that penile, oral and anal ulcers are signs of the disease. Following are summaries of key studies presented at the conference: Increasing Gonorrhea Rates in Denver: Another new study found that, following five years of declining gonorrhea rates among MSM in Denver, there was a sharp resurgence in infection rates from 1995 to 1999. D., Director for AIDS at the Denver Department of Public Health, and his colleagues analyzed patient records at the Denver Metro Health Clinic, and found that gonorrhea rates among MSM visiting the clinic dropped from 6.4 percent in 1990 to 5.4 percent in 1995, before they began to increase significantly, to 7.9 percent in 1996 and 12.8 percent in 1999.Gonorrhea rates among HIV-positive MSM also increased during this period, from 9.3 percent in 1995 to 19.7 percent in 1999.
Here, they talk about working together, their first and most recent date, and anal sex, of course. We recently did a thing about the history of your relationship. Well, definitely first we need to decide if we’re going to answer these seriously or not.MILWAUKEE (December 5, 2000) - Many gay and bisexual men lack key information about syphilis, including how to identify signs and symptoms of the sexually transmitted disease (STD), according to a study presented at the National STD Prevention Conference being held Dec. The study comes as increasing evidence - including new studies presented at the STD conference - indicates that the annual incidence of syphilis and other STDs is rising among gay men in a number of U. cities."Syphilis and other STDs that many have long forgotten continue to pose a significant health risk to gay men," said Helene Gayle, M. "Efforts to prevent sexually transmitted diseases must be revitalized and reshaped to stop this increasing toll."Based on a survey of 683 men who have sex with men (MSM) attending a gay event in Chicago, researchers found that 42.5 percent of those surveyed did not know that syphilis facilitates HIV transmission, and 52.3 percent were unaware that syphilis is increasing among gay men in some communities. H., deputy director of CDC's HIV, STD and TB programs, the findings do not imply that gay and bisexual men are less knowledgeable about syphilis than other groups at risk, but are likely indicative of a low level of understanding across the entire population. H., director of CDC's National Center for HIV, STD, and TB Prevention (NCHSTP).However, this trend began to reverse as gonorrhea rates among MSM in the county increased from 225 cases per 100,000 in 1997 to at least 475 cases per 100,000 in 1999.By comparison, in 1999 the gonorrhea rate in the remainder of the county's population was approximately 44 to 49 cases per 100,000.