9:12 AM EDT, May 10, 2011
Hampton Roads has some of the highest sexually transmitted disease rates in the nation. It had the second-highest rate of chlamydia cases among U.S. metropolitan areas and third-highest rate of gonorrhea cases, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Here's your chance to ask questions about STDs, prevention, testing and treatment. Tune in Wednesday, May 11, at noon for a live Web chat with Nzinga Teule-Hekima, MD, Peninsula Health Department medical director, and Irma Hinkle, program director for ACCESS AIDS Care, which provides services to individuals and families impacted by HIV/AIDS in Hampton Roads. Can't make the chat? Email questions in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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