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Bibliographic Entry Result-seeking behavior in Wave III Add Health: Do young adults want to know if they are infected with chlamydia or gonorrhea?
Ford, C. A.; Jaccard, J.; Millstein, S. G.; Bardsley, P. E.; & Miller, W. C. (2005). Result-seeking behavior in Wave III Add Health: Do young adults want to know if they are infected with chlamydia or gonorrhea? Journal of Adolescent Health, 36(2), 97-98.
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Bibliographic Entry Neighborhoods and Infectious Disease Risk: Acquisition of Chlamydia during the Transition to Young Adulthood
Ford, J. L.; & Browning, C. R. (2014). Neighborhoods and Infectious Disease Risk: Acquisition of Chlamydia during the Transition to Young Adulthood. Journal of urban health, 91(1), 136-150. PMCID: PMC3907631
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Bibliographic Entry Racial/Ethnic Differences in Patterns of Sexual Risk Behavior and Rates of Sexually Transmitted Infections Among Female Young Adults
Pflieger, Jacqueline C.; Cook, Emily C.; Niccolai, Linda M.; & Connell, Christian M. (2013). Racial/Ethnic Differences in Patterns of Sexual Risk Behavior and Rates of Sexually Transmitted Infections Among Female Young Adults. American Journal of Public Health, 103(5), 903-909. PMCID: PMC3698802 NIHMSID: NIHMS570278
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Bibliographic Entry Using risk factors to predict human papillomavirus infection: Implications for targeted vaccination strategies in young adult women
Dempsey, A. F.; Gebremarian, A.; Koutsky, L. A.; & Manhart, L. E. (2008). Using risk factors to predict human papillomavirus infection: Implications for targeted vaccination strategies in young adult women. Vaccine, 26(8), 1111-1117.
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Bibliographic Entry Screening young adults for prevalent Chlamydial infection in community settings
Stein, Cheryl R.; Kaufman, Jay S.; Ford, Carol A.; Leone, Peter A.; Feldblum, Paul J.; & Miller, William C. (2008). Screening young adults for prevalent Chlamydial infection in community settings. Annals of Epidemiology, 18(7), 560-571. PMCID: PMC2490822
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Bibliographic Entry Behavior in early adolescence and risk of human papillomavirus infection as a young adult: Results from a population-based study
Dempsey, Amanda F.; Gebremariam, Achamyeleh; Koutsky, Laura; & Manhart, Lisa. (2008). Behavior in early adolescence and risk of human papillomavirus infection as a young adult: Results from a population-based study. Pediatrics, 122(1), 1-7.
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Bibliographic Entry Partner age difference and prevalence of chlamydial infection among young adult women
Stein, C. R.; Kaufman, J. S.; Ford, C. A.; Feldblum, P. J.; Leone, P. A.; & Miller, W. C. (2008). Partner age difference and prevalence of chlamydial infection among young adult women. Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 35(5), 447-452.
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Bibliographic Entry Estimates of Chlamydia trachomatis infections among men: United States
Satterwhite, Catherine Lindsey; Joesoef, M. Riduan; Datta, S. Deblina; & Weinstock, Hillard. (2008). Estimates of Chlamydia trachomatis infections among men: United States. Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 35(11), S3-S7.
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Bibliographic Entry Limitations to predicting female adolescents' longitudinal risk for Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Infection
Dempsey, A. F.; Gebremarian, A.; & Manhart, L. E. (2007). Limitations to predicting female adolescents' longitudinal risk for Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Infection. Presented at the Pediatric Academic Societies, Toronto.
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Bibliographic Entry Sexual networks and the racial disparity in Chlamydia Infection
Morris, Martina; Mar, Cori; & Cox, Amanda. (2006). Sexual networks and the racial disparity in Chlamydia Infection. Presented at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Carolina Population Center, Bethesda, MD.
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