No sexually transmitted infection in 5 monkeypox cases in Delhi: Study
The researchers said that monkeypox cases suggest underdiagnosed infection in the community, which emphasizes the need for active surveillance of MPXV in high-risk populations such as men having sex with men and female sex workers.
A new study has revealed that no sexually transmitted infections were recorded in five confirmed monkeypox cases in Delhi except for hepatitis B virus in one case, according to news agency PTI. The study was jointly done by researchers at LNJP hospital and the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR). However, it has not been peer-reviewed by a journal.
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