Despite Increasing Rates of STIs, Federal Investment Has Been Flat – Report Recommends Approach to Address Structural Drivers of STIs While Expanding No-Cost Care Services, New Vaccines and Diagnostics

Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) impose billions of pounds in health-related expenses in the U.S., but STI avoidance and command is chronically underfunded, stigmatized, and siloed from initiatives to advertise overall well being and perfectly-currently being, claims a new report from the Countrywide Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medication.

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