and managed care, 193

   public awareness and knowledge, 20, 41

   surveillance, 199

Atlanta, Georgia, 298, 206, 394-395, 398-399

Australia, 29, 144, 358

AVSC, International, 98

B

Bacterial vaginosis, 31, 32, 38, 39, 47, 73, 250

Baltimore, 82

Behavior change.

   See also specific interventions

   access to health care and, 163

   assessment questionnaire, 392

   community-level interventions, 133-134, 163, 223, 391-392

   delaying sexual intercourse, 132

   focus of interventions, 133

   funding for programs, 252

   individual responsibility, 223

   motivation for, 129, 131

   national program for, 230

   nonsexual health-risk behaviors, 133

   personal skills and, 130-131, 163

   risk perception and, 128-130, 163

   self-efficacy beliefs and, 130, 131

Behavioral research

   adolescents, 6, 392

   condom use, 101

   expansion of, 262-263

   sexual, 4, 5-6, 100-102, 239, 240-241

Behavioral Risk Factors Surveillance Survey, 200

Bisexual women, risk of STDs, 38

Blindness, 20

Block grants, 212-214, 253, 254

Body cavity lymphomas, 39, 46

Brazil, 144, 358

Breast-feeding, 32, 42, 48

Bulgaria, 359

C

California, 155, 176, 184, 188, 194, 378

California Partnership for Adolescent Chlamydial Prevention, 195, 378

Canada, rates of STDs, 29, 30

Cancer.

   See also individual sites

   costs, 60, 351

   lag time to, 70

   prevention, 3, 231-232

   STDs and, 32, 42-43, 231-232

Catholics for a Free Choice, 98

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

   cost data, 334

   Division of Adolescent and School Health, 141

   Division of STD Prevention, 202, 203, 208, 209, 212

   funding for STD activities, 177, 187, 208, 209, 212, 231, 250

   Gonococcal Isolate Surveillance Project, 34, 35

   Managed Care Working Group, 379

   National Partnership to Prevent STD-Related Infertility, 300

   Prevention Marketing initiative, 136

   public service announcements, 94

   recommended role, 6, 8, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 231, 234, 237, 248, 256 , 273, 274, 280, 287-288, 292

   research in prevention, 263

   STD Treatment Guidelines, 161, 188, 292-293, 335, 384, 386

   survey of STD-related services, 180-181

   Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System, 103-104, 146, 200

Cervical cancer, 20, 24, 46

   causes, 32, 36, 37, 42

   costs, 59, 342, 352

   lag time from infection, 70

   mortality, 37, 43, 50, 352

   rates, 37, 48

   screening, 42-43, 188, 231

   and STD surveillance, 199

Cervical dysplasia, 39, 43, 278

Cervical ectopy, 73

Cervicitis, 158, 179

Chancroid

   asymptomatic infections, 312

   costs, 59, 312, 342, 351

   deaths related to, 49

   diagnosis, 179

   and HIV infection, 49, 51, 312

   interventions, 81

   male circumcision and, 72, 124

   partner notification, 153

   prevention, 228

   rates, 30, 31, 312

   reporting of, 196



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