Frequent Screening for Syphilis as Part of HIV Monitoring Increases the Detection of Early Asymptomatic Syphilis Among HIV-Positive Homosexual Men

Published: June 25, 2010

Background: Syphilis continues to be a significant public health problem among HIV-positive men who have sex with men (MSM) internationally. This study aimed to determine whether the routine inclusion of syphilis serology with every blood test performed as part of HIV monitoring increases the detection of early asymptomatic syphilis among HIV-positive MSM.

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