Basic statistics on the venereal disease problem in the United States : VD fact sheet 1961
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Basic statistics on the venereal disease problem in the United States : VD fact sheet 1961

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      Eighteenth revision

      The VD Fact Sheet is intended as a hand y source of basic statistics on the venereal diseases in the United States. In this booklet, public health specialists, students, physicians, and other persons interested in medical data will find venereal diseases measured by incidence and prevalence. The general public will find tables showing the costs of uncontrolled venereal disease and the frequency of psychoses and deaths from syphilis. While the results of case finding are measured in terms of cases reported, the actual amount of case–finding effort is seen in the volume of diagnostic examinations and epidemiologic activity . As there is no agent for immunizing the population, finding and treating cases continues to be the only feasible means of controlling venereal disease.

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