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Sexually transmitted disease surveillance 2007 supplement; Gonococcal Isolate Surveillance Project (GISP) annual report, 2007
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    March 2009
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Sexually transmitted disease surveillance 2007 supplement; Gonococcal Isolate Surveillance Project (GISP) annual report, 2007
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    National Center for HIV, STD, and TB Prevention (U.S.), Division of STD Prevention.
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    Introduction --- Overview -- Demographic of GISP data -- Susceptibility to antimicrobial agents -- Additional resources -- References -- Project figures -- Site-specific demographic, clinical and laboratory data.

    "Gonorrhea is the second most frequently reported communicable disease in the United States. In 2007, 355,991 gonorrhea cases were reported in the United States. Gonorrhea rates in the United States declined 74.3% from 1975 through 1997 following the implementation of national gonorrhea control programs in the mid-1970. Then for the next 10 years, gonorrhea rates appeared to plateau. However, in the past two years until 2007, rates had slightly increased until this year. In 2007, there were 118.9 cases per 100,000 persons in 2007 which is a decrease of 0.7% from 2006. Among women and men, the gonorrhea rates have been relatively similar for over 10 years, with a slightly higher rate among women in the past 6 years. Overall, in 2007 the rate of gonorrhea is still high and persists in some geographic areas, among all race/ethnic groups except Asian/Pacific Islanders, and among adolescents and young adults." -- p. 1.

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