Volume 14, Number 1—January 2008
International Polar Year
Sexual Health and Sexually Transmitted Infections in the North American Arctic
|Characteristic||Chlamydial infection rates||Gonorrhea rates|
|Alaska Native/ American Indian||927||3,012||153||344|
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