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The American Social Health Association, under contract with the national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, operates the National STD Hotline (800-227-8922) and the National AIDS Hotline (800-342-2437).
With prompt diagnosis, many sexual diseases can be cured and most can be treated effectively, according to the American Social Health Association (ASHA), which provides STD confidential information to the general public through telephone hotlines operated under a federal contract.
Still, they note, the American Social Health Association has found that more than 20% of adults in the United States are living with a viral STD--the highest infection rate of any industrialized country.
The head of the American Social Health Association, which sponsored the survey, comments that "people's lack of awareness about the various STDs only underscores the need for continued education to prevent the spread of these serious diseases."
The American Social Health Association (ASHA) operates several national toll-free telephone hotline services:
Based on such an analysis, the number of herpes-infected individuals is apparently much higher than that reported by such groups as the American Social Health Association and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
(1.) Cates W, Jr., and American Social Health Association Panel, Estimates of the incidence and prevalence of sexually transmitted diseases in the United States, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 1999, 26(Suppl.
Wasserheit said at a conference on STD prevention sponsored by the CDC and the American Social Health Association.
Valdiserri, who discussed the report at a conference on STD prevention sponsored by the CDC and the American Social Health Association.
A new survey by the American Social Health Association (ASHA) shows that many adults regard themselves as having no risk of contracting genital herpes.
Many adults who actually have a high risk of acquiring herpes consider themselves to be at no risk, according to a survey of 1,400 people conducted for the American Social Health Association. Researchers found that 46% of men and 39% of women believe they're not at risk for the disease even though they have multiple sexual partners.
The survey, conducted by the American Social Health Association (ASHA), details the challenges people with herpes face in coping with the disease and dealing with social and sexual relationships, as well as with medical care.
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