About 90 percent of syphilis leads to new Education Campaign In CincinnatiLarry Holditch, the medical director of the Health Department , the Department STI tests and services for eight Ohio counties, however, that about 90 percent of syphilis cases were under offers Cincinnati residents. Holditch said the new education campaign to re-educate the public about syphilis, as well as promoting doctors in clinics and emergency departments to discuss their patients about the importance of STI tests.
In response to a jump in syphilis cases in recent years, the Cincinnati Health Department is preparing to launch a campaign about the sexually transmitted infection, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports. In 2007, 56 people tested positive for syphilis at the Department of Health. This number rose to 70 in 2008 and 171 in 2009. Judith Feinberg, an infectious disease expert at the University of Cincinnati, said increases in syphilis can predict increases in other STIs, such as HIV and hepatitis C.Colorectal cancer has the second greatest cause which cancer deaths in the western world. Metastasizing liver disorder more frequently metachronous metastatic develop after the treatment of CRC. Is been reported to hepatitis B virus infection eventually reducing the risk of intrahepatic metastases hepatocellular carcinoma in patients with higher survival and therefore are called an important prognostic factor HCC patients. Rare reports are available on which the relationship between HBV infection and hepatic metastasis CRC.