Figure N. Gonorrhea—Prevalence among 16- to 24-year-old men entering the National Job Training Program by state of residence: United States and outlying areas, 2008
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* Less than 100 men residing in these states/areas and entering the National Job Training Program were screened for gonorrhea by the national contract laboratory in 2008.
NOTE: Many training centers test male students for gonorrhea using local laboratories; these results are not available to CDC. For this map, gonorrhea test results for students at centers submitting specimens to the national contract laboratory were included if the number of gonorrhea tests submitted was greater than 90% of the number of chlamydia tests submitted.
SOURCE: National Job Training Program, Department of Labor (in collaboration with the Center for Disease Detection, San Antonio, Texas).
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