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Unreported risk behaviors can lead to missed opportunities to provide appropriate HIV prevention services for men who have sex with men.

Unreported risk behaviors can lead to missed opportunities to provide appropriate HIV prevention services for men who have sex with men.


September 25, 2015 / Vol. 64 / No. 37
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Unreported Male Sex Partners Among Men with Newly Diagnosed HIV Infection — North Carolina, 2011–2013

Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) prevention inter¬ventions, such as preexposure prophylaxis, are often targeted to men who have sex with men who self-report high-risk behaviors. Data from a prospective study evaluat¬ing methods to detect acute HIV infection among a primarily young (aged <25 years) and black or African American population from North Carolina were analyzed. This report describes the results of that analysis.

MMWR Recommendations and Reports

June 5, 2015 / Vol. 64 / No. RR–3
Sexually Transmitted Diseases Treatment Guidelines, 2015

This report presents guidelines for the treatment of persons who have or are at risk for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). The guidelines update those from 2010. Physicians and other health-care providers can use these guidelines to assist in the prevention and treatment of STDs.

MMWR Surveillance Summaries

August 28, 2015 / Vol. 64 / No. SS–7
Active Transportation Surveillance — United States, 1999–2012

Active transportation, such as by walking or bicycling, is one way that persons can be physically active. Five surveillance systems assess one or more components of active transportation. Among these systems, active transportation was usually more common among men, younger respondents, and minority racial/ethnic groups. Among education groups, the highest prevalence of active transportation was usually among the least or most educated groups, and active transportation tended to be more prevalent in densely populated, urban areas.

MMWR Summary of Notifiable Diseases

September 19, 2014 / Vol. 61 / No. 53
Summary of Notifiable Diseases — United States, 2012

Health-care providers in the United States are required to report certain infectious diseases to a specified state or local authority. A disease is designated as notifiable if timely information about individual cases is considered necessary for prevention and control of the disease. Each year, CDC publishes a summary of the cases of notifiable disease reported for the most recent year for which data is available. This report presents a summary of notifiable diseases for 2012.

MMWR Supplements

May 15, 2014 / Vol. 64 / Supplement / No. 1
Competency Guidelines for Public Health Laboratory Professionals: CDC and the Association of Public Health Laboratories

These competency guidelines outline the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary for public health laboratory (PHL) professionals to deliver the core services of PHLs efficiently and effectively. These competency guidelines are targeted to scientists working in PHLs, defined as governmental public health, environmental, and agricultural laboratories that provide analytic biological and/or chemical testing and testing-related services that protect human populations against infectious diseases, foodborne and waterborne diseases, environmental hazards, treatable hereditary disorders, and natural and human-made public health emergencies.


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