Illinois: Public Health Department Warns of Increasing STDs in State, County
April 6, 2006
In recognition of April as National STD Awareness Month, the Champaign-Urbana Public Health District and the Champaign County Public Health Department are asking health care providers to alert patients to the community's growing STD problem. In 2005, Champaign County registered 1,130 chlamydia cases and 415 gonorrhea cases. STD testing and treatment are being offered at county clinics and from a mobile van. For details, telephone 217-239-7827.
Leaderland News (Ogden)
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