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Table 1.1 Primary and Secondary Syphilis in Southern States, 1980-1995 (Rate per 100,000 population by state)

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AL AR FL GA LA MS NC SC TN TX
198012.39.522.833.733.726.68.413.020.126.7
198115.66.929.834.638.423.210.918.414.736.1
198221.29.439.631.942.324.512.017.514.041.2
198320.68.038.927.837.021.814.618.712.539.6
198416.98.835.124.527.527.714.023.411.532.0
198516.213.532.423.423.827.010.723.714.528.1
198612.810.637.121.520.122.28.520.713.123.8
198711.99.662.027.417.523.611.721.514.318.3
198813.811.068.139.620.419.712.921.119.518.3
198922.816.255.560.137.728.017.925.328.825.4
199035.326.739.961.762.944.626.130.542.330.4
199139.037.720.544.669.747.629.742.530.428.9
199224.337.012.026.863.956.036.215.324.118.9
199320.623.18.719.260.666.727.925.422.714.0
199415.718.29.811.627.378.023.721.920.210.4
199514.419.92.712.523.672.415.715.517.28.3

*Healthy People 2000 objective is 10 cases per 100,000 population

(US PHS, CDC, 1992).

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