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The Great Imitator Isn’t Dead – Syphilis

The great imitator isn’t dead. Syphilis is on the rise and the sooner we acknowledge the reality, the better. The infographic is a mirror image of what Syphilis is, how it’s continuing to grow and most importantly, how we avoid becoming a victim in the first place. A region-wise analysis accompanied by cause and affect factors make the infographic all the more convenient for the reader.

Men having sex with men, come under the ‘highly vulnerable’ heading based on the 2015-2016 statistical analysis in the US. The risk is even higher in the African American population, compared to the Caucasians when it comes to racial factors. That’s not all to know about Syphilis, is there? The stages of Syphilis, compressed and compiled in an informative manner, is another one of the graphic’s highlights. Treatment and initial prevention strategies take up the last bit as well.

Infographic Syphilis

 

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Faika Khan
Dr. Faika Khan was born and raised in New Jersey and graduated with honors from Saint Peter’s college NJ and received her Doctor of Osteopathic degree from New York college of Osteopathic Medicine. She is the Founder and President of UrgentWay Walk-In Medical Centers and believes in a community based approach to medicine.

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