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7th Asia Pacific STD and Infectious Diseases Congress

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With this enthusiastic support of our Organizing Committee and Editorial Board Member, we are overwhelmed to announce 7th Asia Pacific STD and Infectious Diseases Congress (STD Asia Pacific 2017) as a continuum of our previous successful conference. STD Asia Pacific 2017 will be held in Osaka Japan during October 23-25, 2017 . The conference will focus on " focus on Syndromes and Prognosis of the disease and its complications" .

STD Asia Pacific 2017 offers three days robust discussions on methods and strategies related to diagnosis , prevention and management of Sexually transmitted diseases and Infectious diseases as well as explore new ideas and concepts on a global scale. This three day event provides a perfect platform for leading scientists , researchers, scholars, practitioners, healthcare experts, treatment providers, equipment and diagnostic tools manufacturers / vendors , to gain knowledge about the latest advancements in clinical research and health diagnostics within the respective field too and encourages new innovations, research ideas around the globe .

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More recently, several at at countries in Asia have documented large reductions in common STIs. Thailand Measured a 95% drop in common curable STIs during the 1990s Following introduction of the 100% condom use program Implemented by STI clinic staff working with sex work establishments. The largest increasement in reported STD cases between 2014 to 2015 occurred in P & S syphilis (19 per cent), followed by gonorrhea (13 percent) and chlamydia (6 percent). AIDS is among the leading causes of death in present-day Sub Saharan Africa. The highest rates are found in Asia and Africa and lower rates are in the Americas and Europe .

STDs are definitely as common in Japan as in any other modern industrial society. In Japan, one of the world's wealth iest societies, awareness of the risks posed by the disease is almost non-existent among many young people, and yet Their sexual behavior is increasingly risky. Condom use in Japanese society is low. HIV is still relatively uncommon in Japan, but the incidence is slowly increasement increase increasing. While HIV infection rates in Japan Remain Officially low at around 6,000, experts fear the real total could be higher, and will get a lot worse Unless attitudes start to change to a disease many Japanese believe only foreigners can catch.

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