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River Terrace 2
Thursday, May 11, 2006: 8:30 AM-10:15 AM

D7: Syphilis and MSM

Learning Objectives: NA

8:30 AMSyphilis among men who have sex with men: are occult primary stage lesions limiting the effectiveness of traditional case and partner services? San Diego, CA, 2000-2005
Robert A. Gunn, Marjorie A. Lee, TA Peterman
8:45 AMMSM Syphilis Prevention: Sexual Identity and Intersecting Social Networks
Fred Bloom, Aaron Goodfellow, Mark Berry, Mary Hayes
9:00 AMConsequence of the Syphilis Epidemic Among Men Who Have Sex with Men (MSM):Neurosyphilis in Los Angeles, 2001-2004
Melanie M. Taylor, Getahun Aynalem, Leanne Olea, He Peter, Hawkins Kellie, Smith Lisa, Kerndt Peter
9:15 AMEvidence of heterosexual bridging among syphilis infected men who have sex with men
Shayna Cunningham, Anne Rompalo, Jonathan Ellen
9:30 AMRepeat Syphilis Infections in Men who have Sex with Men, 2000-2005, Chicago, IL
Carol Ciesielski, Irina Tabidze
9:45 AMVariation in Sexual “Marketplace” By Race/Ethnicity, Age and Sexual Orientation among Early Syphilis Case: Implication for Prevention Strategies
Getahun Aynalem, Smith Lisa, Peter Kerndt

The 2006 National STD Prevention Conference of CDC