Despite Symptoms, Many Kenyans Delay Treatment For STDs, Have Unsafe Sex

Brown, B.
December 2001
International Family Planning Perspectives;Dec2001, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p211
Academic Journal
Reports the delay in the treatment for patients with sexually transmitted disease (STD) in Kenya. Symptoms of STD; Determination of the percentage of persons with STD having unsafe sex; Factors contributing to the delay in the STD treatment.


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