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El VPH y los Hombres - Hoja Informativa

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This information sheet discusses the genital human papillomavirus (HPV) and men. It explains that most sexually active Americans will have the virus at some point in their lives and provides the signs and symptoms of HPV in men. The fact sheet also discusses transmission, health problems HPV can cause in men, HPV testing for men, treatments for HPV, ways for men to lower their chances of getting HPV, and whether the HPV vaccine can help men. The information sheet also discusses questions about having a partner with HPV. Contacts for further information are provided.

It's Your Future. You Can Protect It.

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This poster encourages teens who is sexually active to always use condoms, along with another form of birth control, to prevent pregnancy. It also encourages condom use to prevent transmission of STDs and HIV.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases Summary of 2015 CDC Treatment Guidelines [Pocket Guide]

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This pamphlet is a pocket guide for health professionals is a summary of CDC's 2015 STDs Treatment Guidelines. Each page discusses a disease, recommended Rx, dose/route, and alternatives. The STDs included in the chart are: bacterial vaginosis, cervicitis, chlamydial infections, epididymitis, genital herpes simplex, genital warts, gonococcal infections, lymphogranuloma venereum, nongonococcal urethritis, pediculosis pubis, pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), scabies, syphilis, and trichomoniasis.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases Summary of 2015 CDC Treatment Guidelines [Wall Chart]

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This information sheet is meant to be a wall chart summary of CDC's 2015 STDs Treatment Guidelines. The chart has columns for disease, recommended Rx, dose/route, and alternatives. The STDs included in the chart are: bacterial vaginosis, cervicitis, chlamydial infections, epididymitis, genital herpes simplex, genital warts, gonococcal infections, lymphogranuloma venereum, nongonococcal urethritis, pediculosis pubis, pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), scabies, syphilis, and trichomoniasis.

Condom Distribution as a Structural-Level Intervention

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This information sheet discusses condom distribution as a structural level intervention. It states that Condom Distribution Programs (CDPs) have proven to increase condom use, prevent HIV and STDs, and save money. The fact sheet also provides elements to consider while designing an effective CDP. The information sheet provides examples of successful programs at the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and the District of Columbia Department of Health, HIV/AIDS Hepatitis, STD, and TB Administration.

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