Risk Factors and Prevalence of STI Symptoms in Rural Mayan Villages in Guatemala
Mabel Ezeonwu, PhD, RN; Heidi A. Stecher; Lauren Smith; Ronald Carrick -- School of Nursing and Health Studies, University of Washington, Bothell, Washington, USA
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|Keywords||Indigenous Mayans in Guatemala;
Sexually Transmitted Infections;
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
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