Global guidelines and the rise and fall of syndromic management for STIs.

Abstract

How is scientific knowledge translated into global policy guidelines? Syndromic management is a way of treating sexually-transmitted infections (STIs) in resource-poor settings. Researchers from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine chart the history of international policy on syndromic management since the 1970s.

Citation

id21 Research Highlight, 1 March 2004

Global guidelines and the rise and fall of syndromic management for STIs.

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