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STD Prevention

Working to Control the Spread of Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Oregon

Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are Oregon's most frequently reported infections and account for almost two-thirds of all reportable diseases. The STD Program supports screening and treatment of individuals and their partners.

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STD Prevention in Oregon

Oregon STD Data

Oregon’s Public Health Advisory Board (PHAB) has established a set of accountability metrics to track progress towards statewide public health goals in a modern public health system. One of the accountability metrics is the rate of gonorrhea infection in Oregon. Learn more about the accountability metrics here.

Syphilis Prevention

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Syphilis can be treated and cured. SyphAware is the Oregon Health Authority's syphilis awareness campaign.

Oregon Data

Sexually transmitted diseases are Oregon's most frequently reported infections and account for almost two-thirds of all reportable diseases. Adolescents and young adults (15-24 years) have the highest infection rates. Most sexually transmitted diseases, if not identified and managed appropriately can cause serious complications. Women and newborns bear an inordinate share of complications.

The infographic below shows incidence of STDs in Oregon in 2018. Download the pdf.

Infographic of the state of STDs in Oregon in 2018.  

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