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Syphilis Elimination Effort

The Syphilis Elimination Effort (SEE) is a national initiative that brings together health care providers, policy makers, community leaders and state and local public health agencies, to reduce syphilis rates in the United States. Working together, we have a unique opportunity to control this devastating disease, reduce the transmission of HIV, and protect unborn infants.

This web site provides information on the US Syphilis Elimination Effort as well as access to key epidemiological data, health communication resources and quick links to syphilis information. 

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action plan2009 Guidance for Syphilis Elimination Effort Evidence-based Action Planning  Requires Adobe Reader (8 July 2008)

Dear SEE Coordinators Dear SEE Coordinators Letters (Updated June 2008)

vin diagram and syphilis2006 Syphilis Surveillance Project Annual Report (23 January 2008)

SEESyphilis Elimination State Profiles Updated  (23 January 2008)

Syphilis Elimination FundingDear Colleague Letter Requires Adobe Reader - Syphilis Elimination Funding 2008 (21 June 2007)

crowdPrimary and Secondary Syphilis --- United States, 2003--2004 - MMWR  (17 March 2006)


Page last modified: July 8, 2008
Page last reviewed: July 8, 2008

Content Source: Division of STD Prevention, National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention