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Orlando
Tuesday, May 9, 2006: 10:00 AM-11:45 AM

A1: Gonorrhea and Chlamydia Infections: Recurrence and Alternative Testing Strategies

10:00 AMSelf-reported Risk History in Women Using an Internet-based Screening Program for Chlamydia trachomatis Using Self-collected Vaginal Swabs Returned by Mail
Charlotte Gaydos, Karen Dwyer, Mathilda Barnes, Toni Flemming, Patricia Rizzo-Price, Terry Hogan
 In & Out STD Screening: Feasibility and Positivity of Pharyngeal and Self-Collected Rectal Specimens Obtained From Men Who Have Sex With Men at Street Fairs, San Francisco, July October 2005
Jacqueline McCright, Frank Strona, Israel Diosdado, Charlotte K. Kent, Jeffrey D. Klausner
 Young Men Collect Their Own Urethral Swab for the Diagnosis of Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae by the APTIMA Combo 2 Assay
Max A. Chernesky, Sylvia Chong, Marek Smieja, Ruth Ewert, Beth Hayhoe, Dan Jang
 Uptake of a Chlamydia Rescreening Intervention: Trends in Rescreening Practices among Infertility Prevention Project Clinics in Washington State
Katherine Gudgel, Mark R. Stenger, Todd Rime
11:00 AMBurden of repeat Chlamydia trachomatis infection in young women in New York City
Ellen Klingler, Preeti Pathela, Damarys Cordova, Susan Blank, Julia A. Schillinger
11:15 AMRepeat Neisseria gonorrhea Infections: A retrospective population-based analysis, 1999 2004
Marjan Javanbakht, Sarah Guerry, Lisa V. Smith, Peter R. Kerndt

The 2006 National STD Prevention Conference of CDC