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This series of talks about the rise in gonorrhea in young people across Australian capital cities was fascinating and resulted in ample discussion and questions.
As Christopher Fairley said, before we can control the increase in gonorrhea, we must first understand why it has occurred.
Risk factors are thought to be overseas travel from Australian cities to countries of high prevelance I.e. Indonesia, Vietnam and Thailand, bisexual men engaging in sex while OS and also perhaps the continual imported cases of gonorrhea from people of various countries of origin.
Another interesting suggestion was the type of sex education that is received from people who reside in Australia as students and the gap in their education around condom use.
a discussion also occurred about the possibility of a strain of gonorrhea being more likely to cause infection in women than men, which may account for the high infection rate Moungst women now.
A very diverse group of talks which provided much food for thought.