Content - Volume 76, Issue 198
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The concept 'sexually transmitted diseases' (STD) was introduced in the nineteen sixties and comprises many diseases of varying importance from scabies to HIV infection. The STD family has grown wider and new members will probably join. The starting point of these studies was that patients with HPV infection, attending the STD clinic, appeared to increase in number in the late eighties. HPV was an ...