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Date: 2013-01-11 19:43:56
There is a big problem in the United States when it comes to controlling sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and helping the public combat these in their daily lives. For women, certain kinds of cancer are even tied into these illnesses, making STD testing more vital for them to remain healthy over the long term. There are conflicting ideas, though, on how best to monitor for these issues.
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