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Venereal disease and treponematoses--the epidemiological situation and WHO's control programme.

@article{Idse1973VenerealDA,
  title={Venereal disease and treponematoses--the epidemiological situation and WHO's control programme.},
  author={O. Ids{\o}e and Katalin Kir{\'a}ly and Georges Causse},
  journal={WHO chronicle},
  year={1973},
  volume={27 10},
  pages={
          410-7
        }
}
In recent years the epidemiological pattern of venereal disease and endemic treponematoses has undergone important changes in both developing and developed countries. This discussion outlines the present situation and indicates the role that the World Health Organization (WHO) is playing in efforts to combat these infections. About 15-20 years ago 2 contrasting epidemiological situations confronted health authorities around the world. The developed countries were experiencing the lowest… 
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