POWER: Most Diagnosed STIs Asymptomatic Among Adolescent Girls and Young Women Accessing PrEP Services as Part of Integrated Care in Johannesburg, South Africa

January 27-28 and February 3-4, 2021
Among 622 STI screens among adolescent girls and young women, 34% returned positive, most commonly for chlamydia. Of those diagnosed with an STI, 65% received treatment.
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Released: February 9, 2021

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