Research and analysis

Sexually transmitted infections: London 2015 data

Report presenting 2015 data for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in London.

Documents

Annual epidemiological spotlight on STIs in London: 2015 data

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Annual epidemiological spotlight on STIs in London: 2015 data

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Details

This report summarises the 2015 data for STIs in London.

STIs remain an important public health problem in London. Men who have sex with men, young people and black ethnic groups are most at risk.

Published 15 September 2016