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Treating monkeypox like an STI may help control the outbreak, but stigma is a danger

By Santiago Perez Patrigeon, Assistant professor, Division of Infectious Diseases, Queen's University, Ontario
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Monkeypox is not considered an STI but is spreading among sexual partners. Adding sexual health strategies to the public health response is helpful, but there is a danger of stigmatizing MPXV.The Conversation


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