Monday, May 26, 2014

Another U.S. Deadly Gay Disease Epidemic: Syphilis

The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is warning that the once-defeated and nearly non-existent sexually transmitted venereal disease of syphilis is back with a vengeance as a direct result of the homosexual lifestyle.
"Some people are avoiding anal sex because of the HIV risk and are having oral sex and not using condoms -- very few people use condoms for oral sex. That's an efficient mechanism for syphilis transmission."
-- Dr. Demetre Daskalakis, Mount Sinai Hospital
The doctor is referring to the known fact that Anal Sex is Main Cause of Spread of HIV/AIDS

For background, read Homosexual Diseases Soar, Feds Blame Homophobia and also read Fictional 'Safe Sex' - Government Losing War on STDs as well as Pandemic Sex Diseases: Permanent Cure Dismissed

In addition, read 'New Gay Disease' Spreads in New York & California

UPDATE 12/18/14: CDC Says Syphilis Soaring Among Homosexual Men

-- From "US syphilis rate up; mostly gay and bisexual men" by The Associated Press 5/11/14

Health officials say syphilis has reached its highest level since 1995 with the increase all in men.

Syphilis is a potentially deadly bacterial disease that surfaces as genital sores. It was far more common until antibiotics became available in the 1940s, slashing the number of annual cases to below 6,000.

Last year, there were nearly 17,000 cases.

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From "Syphilis cases increase among U.S. gay and bisexual men: CDC" by David Beasley, Reuters 5/8/14

The U.S. syphilis rate in 2013 was 5.3 cases per 100,000 people, more than twice the all-time low of 2.1 cases per 100,000 people in 2000, the CDC reported. The majority of patients with the disease, which is treatable, were men who had sex with other men.

Strategies that proved effective in lowering heterosexual syphilis rates have not worked as well among gay and bisexual men, said Gail Bolan, director of the CDC's Division of STD Prevention.

In 2013, men accounted for about 91 percent of all reported cases. The highest rates of syphilis were among black men, although the largest increases were reported among Hispanic and white men, the CDC said.

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From "Syphilis Cases Climbing Among Gay Men: CDC" by Steven Reinberg, HealthDay Reporter 5/9/14

In 2000, the year with the fewest cases of syphilis, there were 6,000 cases nationwide. "This was an all-time low, and the vast majority of cases were among heterosexuals," Bolan said.

In 2012, there were almost 9,000 cases of syphilis, and 84 percent of them were among gay and bisexual men, Bolan noted. "We are talking about cases more than doubling," she added.

In 2013, there were more than 16,000 cases of syphilis, 91 percent of these in men. "We haven't seen case numbers like that since back in the '90s," Bolan said.

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Also read National Sex Disease Month: April in America as well as Obamanation: Creating More Sex Disease than Jobs

In addition, read President Obama Wants an End to Abstinence, Favors Anal Sex