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July-December  2022 | Vol 43 | Issue 2


Editorial
Parting remarks from the outgoing editor
Yogesh S Marfatia
The journey is more pleasurable than the destination. My journey as an editor of IJSTD and AIDS started in 2007. I was appointed as the chief editor during ASTICON-2006, Chennai. Stalwarts like, Dr....
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Review Article
A systematic review of eHealth modes in preventing sexually transmitted infections
Firoozeh Nourimand, Afsaneh Keramat, Masoumeh Sayahi, Leila Bozorgian, Zahra Hashempour
Prevention of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) is critical. Despite developing treatment and prevention programs, sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are essential in developing acute and chron...
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