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Figure E. Drugs Used to Treat Chlamydia Trachomatis Infection Among GISP Participants, 2009

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CLINIC% of cases
Doxy/TetAzi/EryNone/Other
ALBUQUERQUE2.196.81.1
ATLANTA.97.12.9
BALTIMORE86.012.91.1
BIRMINGHAM84.715.3.
CHICAGO63.236.8.
CINCINNATI1.497.21.4
CLEVELAND44.754.01.3
DALLAS0.399.7.
DENVER64.632.82.6
DETROIT1.492.46.2
GREENSBORO.92.97.1
HONOLULU1.497.31.4
KANSAS CITY.93.76.3
LAS VEGAS.100.0.
LOS ANGELES1.096.72.4
MIAMI84.414.21.4
MINNEAPOLIS2.495.91.6
NEW ORLEANS0.897.91.2
NEW YORK CITY89.35.65.1
OKLAHOMA CITY89.45.94.7
ORANGE COUNTY.96.33.7
PHILADELPHIA22.373.34.4
PHOENIX0.598.60.9
PORTLAND.100.0.
RICHMOND.92.67.4
SAN DIEGO1.294.24.7
SAN FRANCISCO15.883.11.2
SEATTLE4.392.03.7
TRIPLER.100.0.

 
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