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Sexually transmitted infections: Yorkshire and Humber data

Report on STIs in Yorkshire and Humber. Out of all the Public Health England centres, this region has the third highest rate of new STIs in England.

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Sexually transmitted infections in the Yorkshire and Humber: 2016 data

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Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) represent an important public health problem in Yorkshire and Humber. Out of all the Public Health England centres, it has the third highest rate of new STIs in England.

More than 36,300 new STIs were diagnosed in Yorkshire and Humber residents in 2016, representing a rate of 674 diagnoses per 100,000 adults. Rates by upper tier local authority ranged from 458 new STI diagnoses per 100,000 population in North Yorkshire to 1,043 new STI diagnoses per 100,000 population in Hull.

Published 17 January 2018