by Lawrence R. Stanberry, Susan L. Rosenthal (Editor)
The last decade has seen a huge amount of change in the area of sexually transmitted infection control and prevention, including the development of high-profile vaccines for preventing the spread of cervical cancer-causing human papillomavirus (HPV), novel control methods for HIV and AIDS, and even the discussion of more widespread use of controversial abstinence-only sex education programs. Fully revised and updated to reflect the changes of the past ten years, Sexually Transmitted Diseases: Vaccines, Control and Prevention 2nd Edition brings researchers, clinical investigators, clinicians, and students the most up-to-date research, findings and thought on sexual infection prevention, control and therapy available and serves as an essential reference for anyone working in the field.
Provides comprehensive coverage of epidemiology, physiology and immunology, featuringgeneral preventive strategies such as behavioural modification, barrier methods and topical microbicides
Presents individual chapters on Herpes Simplex Virus, Papillomavirus, Hepatitis B, Chlamydia,Gonorrhea, Syphilis, and Bacterial Vaginosis
Includes pathogenesis, microbiology and clinical manifestations of each STD, along with current advances in vaccine development
Audience: Researchers in virology, microbiology, infectious disease, and immunology; research clinicians and medical microbiologists, vaccine technolgists, molecular biologists, biochemists, and biotechnologists working on vaccine development; centers for disease control, public and world health organizations, pharmaceutical, and biotechnology companies.
Publisher: Elsevier Science
Publication date: 11/26/2012
Edition description: New Edition
Edition number: 2