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5,7,12-17 Similarly, STI prevention knowledge and psychosocial factors that influence decisions to engage in sexual risk behavior (e.
Sexual Behavior and STIs Attempts to use national or local surveillance data to estimate the risk for STI transmission between women are limited by the fact that many risk classification schemes have either excluded same-gender sex among women or subsumed it under a hierarchy of other behaviors viewed as higher risk.
Here, an STI may allow for the repopulation of wild-type, drug-susceptible virus, therefore improving the chances of successful salvage therapy after the interruption.
As part of the implementation project, STI system personnel developed a real-time interface between Spinnaker and STI's custom built terminal operating system to automate the transfer of data between the two systems.
An STI is the complete and abrupt stopping of HIV medications under medical supervision; it begins on a day agreed upon by physician and patient and usually lasts for a fixed amount of time.
The new STI technology, known as the Binaject(TM) auto-injector, is expected to open the fields of patient self-administration and home health care to the increasing array of injectable biological and drug therapies with limited shelf life or instability in solution.
DOW CORNING STI Dow Corning STI is the nation's largest compounder of silicone rubber and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Dow Corning Corporation.
Scientific Technologies Incorporated ("STI" or the "Company") (NASDAQ:STIZ) announced today that it had set the close of business on August 24, 2006, as the record date for determining the STI shareholders entitled to receive notice of, and to vote at, the special meeting of STI shareholders to approve and adopt the merger agreement and approve the merger related to the acquisition of STI's Safety Products Group ("SPG") by Omron Corporation ("Omron").