Sex and the city

July 2008
Pharmaceutical Representative;Jul2008, Vol. 13 Issue 7, p11
The article reports on the spread of genital herpes in New York City. According to the city's measure on sexually transmitted disease, more than one out of four people in the city were infected with this disease as of 2004. A study shows that the rate was higher for women than for men. It was found that the majority of those infected with the herpes virus have few symptoms since their bodies are capable of fighting them off.


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