Friday, January 10, 2014

Homosexual Diseases Soar, Feds Blame Homophobia

The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is reporting large increases in prevalence of gonorrhea and syphilis among men who have sex with men.  The agency is perpetuating the Obama administration narrative by attributing this health catastrophe to the stigma caused by Americans who believe that homosexual behavior is sinful.

UPDATE 5/26/14: Another U.S. Deadly Gay Disease Epidemic - Syphilis

For background, click headlines below to read previous articles:

President Obama Commits $15 Million to Show that Gay Men Aren't the Cause of Gay Diseases

Most HIV Homosexual Men Have Unprotected Sex, Says CDC Report

Anal Sex is Main Cause of Spread of HIV/AIDS

Pandemic Sex Diseases: Permanent Cure Dismissed

Homosexual Disease Paid by All Americans: ObamaCare

-- From "Gonorrhea, Syphilis Regain Traction in U.S., CDC Reports" by Elizabeth Lopatto, Bloomberg 1/8/14

Gonorrhea and syphilis are on the rise in the U.S., mostly in men who have sex with men, a trend the government said is linked to inadequate testing among people stymied by homophobia and limited access to health care.

The rate of new gonorrhea cases rose 4 percent in 2012 from the year before, while syphilis jumped 11 percent, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said today in a report [Sexually Transmitted Disease Surveillance 2012]. Rates for chlamydia, the most common of the bacterial sexually transmitted diseases [spread predominantly by vaginal intercourse], gained less than 1 percent.

The CDC rate for gonorrhea was 107.5 cases out of 100,000 in 2012, while syphilis was 5 cases per 100,000 people. Sexually transmitted diseases, including these infections, cost the U.S. health-care system about $16 billion every year, according to the report.

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From "STD Rates Up, Men Lead Increase" by Michael Smith, North American Correspondent, MedPage Today 1/9/14

A key finding in the report, according to co-author Eloisa Llata, MD, of the CDC's STD prevention division in Atlanta, is that men who have sex with men appear to be driving the increases.

The report reiterated the agency's concern about growing antibiotic resistance, which has limited the treatment options for gonorrhea. Currently, dual therapy with ceftriaxone and either azithromycin or doxycycline is the only CDC-recommended treatment.

The report focuses on chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis because they are routinely reported to the CDC, while others -- such as human papillomavirus, herpes simplex virus, and trichomoniasis -- are not.

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In addition, read Fictional 'Safe Sex' - Government Losing War on STDs and also read New Aggressive HIV Strain Spreading AIDS Worldwide