There’s room for improvement when it comes to preventing the spread of sexually transmitted diseases in South Dakota.
As 2012 drew to a close, gonorrhea and chlamydia were the most commonly reported STDs in the state, according to a South Dakota Department of Health report. Cases of chlamydia reached upwards of 3,600 by November, while gonorrhea rose to around 630 confirmed cases.
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