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Fundamentals of Sexually Transmitted Infections

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Fundamentals of Sexually Transmitted Infections
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535135180
Number of pages: 226

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This textbook includes the recent progresses and scientific knowledge from the leading experts in different approaches to control, diagnosis, and management depending on resources and facilities available. The book will serve as a comprehensive guide to many physicians dealing with sexually transmitted infections in their clinical practice.

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