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GCSGeriatric Care Services (various locations)
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GCSGroupement de Coopération Sanitaire (French: Health Grouping Cooperation)
GCSGlobal Customer Support
GCSGlobal Civil Society (progressive politics)
GCSGroup Communication Service (various schools)
GCSGuilford County Schools (North Carolina)
GCSGuidance Control System
GCSGrilled Cheese Sandwich
GCSGlobal CyberSoft
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GCSGrand Central Station
GCSGlobal Closure Systems
GCSGlenelg Country School (Maryland)
GCSGulf Coast Section (various organizations)
GCSGround Control Shelter
GCSGlobal Customer Solutions (various organizations)
GCSGeneral Conditions of Service
GCSGender Confirmation Surgery
GCSGif Construction Set
GCSGnu Compiler System
GCSGlobal Consulting Services
GCSGet Command Status
GCSGeneric Command Server
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GCSGran Coupe Sport
GCSGraphic Chipset
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GCSGoogle Code Search
GCSGlobal Consolidation System
GCSGlobal Catalog Server
GCSGlobal Coordinate System
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GCSGateway Computer System
GCSGroup Control System (operating system; IBM)
GCSGlobal Credit Solutions (various locations)
GCSGrand Concert Select (musical equipment)
GCSGovernment Contractor Services (various organizations)
GCSGreene Climacteric Scale
GCSGastrointestinal Cancers Symposium
GCSGround Communications System
GCSGuidance Control Section
GCSGlobal Communications Solutions, Inc. (Fairport, NY)
GCSGlobal Construction Services, Inc. (Oceanside, CA)
GCSGarfield County School (Utah)
GCSGame Creation Society (Carnegie Mellon University; Pittsburgh, PA)
GCSGun Computer System
GCSGlobe Composite Solutions (various locations)
GCSGenerator Control Switch (aviation)
GCSGlobal Cellular Service
GCSGroupement Coopératif Sanitherm (French cooperative group)
GCSGift Card Solutions (Salt Lake City, UT)
GCSGerman Chemical Society
GCSGenitourinary Cancers Symposium
GCSGonorrhea, Chlamydia, Syphilis (sexual diseases)
GCSGold Card Scheme
GCSGrey, Clark, Shih and Associates (Canada)
GCSGlobal Cooperation Society
GCSGigabit City Summit
GCSGlobal Conceptual Schema
GCSGeocentric Coordinate System
GCSGery Containers Services (France)
GCSGuidance Cutoff Signal (US NASA)
GCSGuernsey Careers Service (UK)
GCSGlobe Clothing Store (California; est. 1995)
GCSGeneral Customer Survey
GCSGallager-Calderbank-Sloane (coding scheme)
GCSgeothermal circulation system
GCSGeneral Crane Service, Inc.
GCSGoodwill Cooperation Service (Seoul, Korea)
GCSGram-Charlier Series
GCSGainesville Camellia Society (Florida)
GCSGlobal Commodities and Services
GCSGraded Compression Stocking
GCSGround Control Site
GCSGuadalajara camptodactyly syndrome
GCSGilmore Community School (British Columbia)
GCSGlobal Communication Server
GCSGround Control Surveillance
GCSGeneralized Consecutive System
GCSGorn Confederate Ship (Star Trek)
GCSGlued Cylindrical Specimen
GCSGround Central Station
GCSGround Control Squadron
GCSGround Communications Segment
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Researchers checked medical records at seven HIV clinics across the United States to determine how many HIV-positive people got tested for gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis, and cholesterol or triglyceride levels.
With the highest rates of gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis and AIDS, African-Americans must make sexual health a greater priority.
Patients who have had a high-risk sexual exposure should be screened for gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis, HIV, and, possibly, herpes simplex virus-2, recommended Dr.
Untreated STDs such as gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis, and herpes simplex virus infection can have deleterious effects on neonates, such as premature delivery, congenital neonatal infections, and blindness.
Minority women visiting public health clinics in San Antonio were eligible for the study if they had a nonviral STD (gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis or trichomoniasis), spoke English and were 15-45 years old.
Studies show that condoms, if used 100% of the time, reduce of the risk of HIV transmission by 80%-90% and gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis, and genital herpes by 50% or less.
"The report concludes that there is no scientific evidence to support the claim that condoms provide universal protection against gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis, chancroid, trichomoniasis, and genital herpes.