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Infected Pdf/ePub eBook Author: ,
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A terrifying thriller that will crawl beneath your skin . . . and leave fresh blood on every page. “Fraught with tension . . . Invasion of the Body Snatchers meets The Hot Zone.”—Rocky Mountain News Across America a mysterious disease is turning ordinary people into raving, paranoid murderers who inflict brutal horrors on strangers, themselves, and even their own families. Working under the government’s shroud of secrecy, CIA operative Dew Phillips crisscrosses the country trying in vain to capture a live victim. With only decomposing corpses for clues, CDC epidemiologist Margaret Montoya races to analyze the science behind this deadly contagion. She discovers that these killers all have one thing in common—they’ve been contaminated by a bioengineered parasite, shaped by a complexity far beyond the limits of known science. Meanwhile Perry Dawsey—a hulking former football star now resigned to life as a cubicle-bound desk jockey—awakens one morning to find several mysterious welts growing on his body. Soon Perry finds himself acting and thinking strangely, hearing voices . . . he is infected. The fate of the human race may well depend on the bloody war Perry must wage with his own body, because the parasites want something from him, something that goes beyond mere murder.


Contagious Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Scott Sigler
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ISBN: 0307452115
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Contagious by Scott Sigler Summary

From the acclaimed author of Infected comes an epic and exhilarating story of humanity’s secret battle against a horrific enemy. Across America, a mysterious pathogen transforms ordinary people into raging killers, psychopaths driven by a terrifying, alien agenda. The human race fights back, yet after every battle the disease responds, adapts, using sophisticated strategies and brilliant ruses to fool its pursuers. The only possible explanation: the epidemic is driven not by evolution but by some malevolent intelligence. Standing against this unimaginable threat is a small group, assembled under the strictest secrecy. Their best weapon is hulking former football star Perry Dawsey, left psychologically shattered by his own struggles with this terrible enemy, who possesses an unexplainable ability to locate the disease’s hosts. Violent and unpredictable, Perry is both the nation’s best hope and a terrifying liability. Hardened CIA veteran Dew Phillips must somehow forge a connection with him if they’re going to stand a chance against this maddeningly adaptable opponent. Alongside them is Margaret Montoya, a brilliant epidemiologist who fights for a cure even as she reels under the weight of endless horrors. These three and their team have kept humanity in the game, but that’s not good enough anymore, not when the disease turns contagious, triggering a fast countdown to Armageddon. Meanwhile, other enemies join the battle, and a new threat — one that comes from a most unexpected source — may ultimately prove the most dangerous of all. Catapulting the reader into a world where humanity’s life span is measured in hours and the president’s finger hovers over the nuclear button, rising star Scott Sigler takes us on a breathtaking, hyper-adrenalized ride filled with terror and jaw-dropping action. Contagious is a truly grand work of suspense, science, and horror from a new master.


Pandemic Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Scott Sigler
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ISBN: 0770436773
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Pandemic by Scott Sigler Summary

In the final book in the Infected trilogy, the entire human race balances on the razor’s edge of annihilation, beset by an enemy that turns our own bodies against us, that changes normal people into psychopaths or transforms them into nightmares. To some, Doctor Margaret Montoya is a hero—a brilliant scientist who saved the human race from an alien intelligence determined to exterminate all of humanity. To others, she’s a monster—a mass murderer single-handedly responsible for the worst atrocity ever to take place on American soil. All Margaret knows is that she’s broken. The blood of a million deaths is on her hands. Guilt and nightmares have turned her into a shut-in, too mired in self-hatred even to salvage her marriage, let alone be the warrior she once was. But she is about to be called into action again. Because before the murderous intelligence was destroyed, it launched one last payload: a soda can–sized container filled with deadly microorganisms that make humans feed upon their own kind. That harmless-looking container has languished a thousand feet below the surface of Lake Michigan, undisturbed and impotent . . . until now. Part Cthulhu epic, part zombie apocalypse and part blockbuster alien-invasion tale, Pandemic completes the Infected trilogy and sets a new high-water mark in the world of horror fiction.

Emerging Infections 10

Emerging Infections 10 Pdf/ePub eBook Author: W. Michael Scheld,James M. Hughes,Richard J. Whitley
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1555819451
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Emerging Infections 10 by W. Michael Scheld,James M. Hughes,Richard J. Whitley Summary

Essential resource for the fight against emerging infectious diseases Incidences such as the 2014 Ebola epidemic in West Africa and the 2015 appearance of Zika in Brazil provide dramatic evidence of the continued ability of microbes to emerge, spread, adapt, and threaten global health. The challenge facing infectious disease specialists and public health professionals is to improve and find new diagnostic, therapeutic, and prevention strategies. The editors of the 10th installment of the Emerging Infections series have compiled the perspectives of leading infectious disease experts into 22 chapters that provide important updates on a broad range of emerging and reemerging bacterial, viral, parasitic, and fungal infectious diseases in the United States and globally. In addition to focusing on MERS, Ebola virus disease, chikungunya, and Zika virus disease, Emerging Infections 10 explores the global threat of antimicrobial resistance in reviews on carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae, multiply-resistant gonococcal infections, non-typhoidal Salmonella infections, and artemisinin-resistant Plasmodium falciparum malaria. Topics include both recently- and long-recognized diseases that pose challenges for the clinical, laboratory, research, public health, and animal health communities. Emerging Infections 10 presents new and emerging strategies to prevent, control, and eradicate infectious diseases and guides readers to the primary literature where they can explore individual topics in greater depth. This book is a valuable reference for professionals in microbiology, epidemiology, public health, and clinical and veterinary medicine.


Infected Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Sophie Littlefield
Editor: Delacorte Press
ISBN: 0375983570
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Infected by Sophie Littlefield Summary

"Nail-biting action with a scientifically and technologically involved plotline gives this novel an edge, and, moreover, the character development is surprisingly rich given the fast pace of the narrative; the weight of the themes also keeps the story from reading like a movie script. Red herrings keep the reader guessing until the end. Hard to put down." —Booklist The race-against-the-clock feel of TV’s popular show 24 meets the action-packed romance of the film Run Lola Run. This high-concept teen thriller sends readers on the race of their lives. Carina’s senior year is spiraling downward. Fast. Both her mother and her uncle, the only two family members she’s ever known, are dead. Their deaths were accidents, unfortunate results of the highly confidential research they performed for a national security organization. Or so she’s been told. She’s not buying it. After finding a unique code hidden beneath the stone in a ring her mother left to her, Carina goes straight to the only family she has left: her boyfriend, Tanner. The people Carina loved kept dangerous secrets. Secrets that make her question the life she’s been living up to now. Her life is on the line, but more importantly, so is Tanner’s. And if she fails? He dies. Praise for Infected: "Littlefield has written a heart-stopping adventure about a future in which science has become humanity’s enemy. A thrilling read for those who enjoy mysteries, strong female protagonists, and a smattering of math and science references in their YA lit."--School Library Journal

Dog Blood

Dog Blood Pdf/ePub eBook Author: David Moody
Editor: Macmillan
ISBN: 9781429924597
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On the heels of Patient Zero and Pride and Prejudice with Zombies— the electrifying sequel to Hater where humanity fights itself to the death against a backdrop of ultimate apocalyptic destruction The Earth has been torn into two parts by an irreversible division. Whether due to nature, or the unknown depths of the mind itself, everyone is now either Human or Hater. Victim or killer. Governments have fallen, command structures have collapsed, and relationships have crumbled. Major cities have become refugee camps where human survivors cower together in fear. Amidst this indiscriminate carnage, Danny McCoyne is on a mission to find his daughter Ellis, convinced that her shared Hater condition means her allegiance is to people like him. Free of inhibitions, unrestricted by memories of peace, and driven by instinct, children are pure Haters, and may well define the future of the Hater race. But, as McCoyne makes his way into the heart of human territory, an incident on the battlefield sets in place an unexpected chain of events, forcing him to question everything he believes he knows about the new order that has arisen, and the dynamic of the Hate itself.

The Infected

The Infected Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Deirdre Gould
Editor: Deirdre Gould
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The Infected by Deirdre Gould Summary

The December Plague stripped thousands of people of their reason and basic humanity for two years. The disease left their bodies mostly untouched but their minds were ravaged by an uncontrollable fury and an insatiable urge to consume any meat they could find. The remaining immune population struggled to withstand the relentless waves of violent Infected until a cure for the disease was found. Neil Newton was one of the Infected. He spent two and a half years ill and trapped in a quarantined hospital until a cure team found him. Recalled to sanity by the cure, he finds the world is not the one he remembers. He wakes up surrounded by strangers in a place he does not recognize. His body is starved and scarred by the unending battles during his illness. His memory of what he has done to survive the past few years begins to return in pieces. And his family, including his eleven-year-old daughter, is missing in the chaos. In the shattered remains of human society, there are no real mechanisms to help him find his young daughter and her mother. No police to track them down. No widespread communications to appeal to for news. There is only a pitiful list of names of those who remain and the few strangers he meets who are willing to help him. The empty country is a vast web of abandoned roads, remaining Infected and dangerous pockets of Immunes who have become desperate as supplies and food dwindle. Neil risks the long trip home, hoping to find his family safe and fearing they'll never be able to accept what he's done to survive.

Health of HIV Infected People

Health of HIV Infected People Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Ronald Ross Watson
Editor: Academic Press
ISBN: 0128011432
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Health of HIV Infected People by Ronald Ross Watson Summary

Health of HIV Infected People: Food, Nutrition and Lifestyle with Antiretroviral Drugs provides basic and applied knowledge on the supportive roles of bioactive foods, exercise, and dietary supplements on HIV/AIDS patients receiving antiretroviral drugs. Approaches include the application of traditional herbs and foods aiming to define both the risks and benefits of such practices. Readers will learn how to treat or ameliorate the effects of chronic retroviral disease using readily available, cheap foods, dietary supplements, and lifestyle changes with specific attention to the needs of patients receiving antiretroviral drugs. This work provides the most current, concise, scientific appraisal of the efficacy (or lack thereof) of key foods, nutrients, dietary plants, and behavioral shifts in preventing and improving the quality of life of HIV infected infants and adults, while also giving the needed attention to these complex and important side effects. Covers the role of nutrients in the prevention and treatment of HIV-induced physiological changes in children undergoing HAART, including covers of omega-3 fatty acids, dietary fat intake, metabolic changes, and vitamin D Explores food and the treatment of obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease in HIV infected patients, including fundamental coverage and recommendations for care Provides coverage of fitness and exercise regimens, physical activity, and behavioral and lifestyle changes on HIV infected individuals Gives careful attention to the specific nutritional needs of patients undergoing HAART therapy


Infected Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Drac Von Stoller
Editor: Drac Von Stoller
ISBN: 1301629014
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Infected by Drac Von Stoller Summary

The Dalton family was excited to be moving from the big city in the United States to a small country with a small town. They wanted to escape the noisy city life. The small town of Breckonridge, where the Dalton family was about to call home, had been shattered just hours before their plane landed. The Breckonridge Nuclear Power Plant had developed a small crack in one of the reactors. The public warning system was down, so the town of Breckonridge was completely unaware. Radiation spread throughout the town infecting half the population and causing wide spread panic. The whole town was in shambles. Looters were everywhere money had no value. It was every man for himself in a town that was once thriving. As the Dalton family got off the plane, they were in shock to see what was taking place.

Infected Total Joint Arthroplasty

Infected Total Joint Arthroplasty Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Rihard Trebše
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1447124820
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Infected Total Joint Arthroplasty by Rihard Trebše Summary

There are a variety of protocols that are used in infected total joint arthroplasty. This book outlines and details the best possible course of treatment and formulate custom algorithms for every possible case, based on current evidence. It reviews current concepts and “recipes” for the diagnostic and therapeutic procedures (surgical and antibiotic) based on the type of implant, infection and the patient. This book is an essential resource on infected total joint arthroplasty, containing a series of logical and highly detailed instructions that will serve to educate orthopedic surgeons operating in this field on the best approaches, according to detailed and careful research conducted over the last decade.

Musculoskeletal Infections

Musculoskeletal Infections Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Julie Reznicek,Paul W. Perdue, Jr.,Gonzalo Bearman
Editor: Springer Nature
ISBN: 3030411508
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Musculoskeletal Infections by Julie Reznicek,Paul W. Perdue, Jr.,Gonzalo Bearman Summary

This book aims to concisely present the most common types of musculoskeletal infections and demonstrate the key components of accurate diagnosis, treatment, and management. Written by experts in both infectious diseases and orthopaedics, the text takes a reader-friendly approach that is ideal for medical professionals in training as students or as seasoned practitioners strengthening their skills. Case chapters include a color clinical image as well as radiographic images for superior visual support. They conclude with 4-6 bulleted high yield points for quick reference and reader retention. The cases presented in Musculoskeletal Infections: A Clinical Case Bookprovide relevant and challenging diagnostic and management issues in musculoskeletal infectious disease, with an emphasis on clinical pearls and medical-surgical collaboration.

Rhinovirus Infections

Rhinovirus Infections Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Nathan Bartlett,Peter Wark,Darryl Knight
Editor: Academic Press
ISBN: 0128164182
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Rhinovirus Infections by Nathan Bartlett,Peter Wark,Darryl Knight Summary

Rhinovirus Infections: Rethinking the Impact on Human Health and Disease provides a timely review of the impact of rhinovirus infections on human health. It identifies disease mechanisms relating to the virus, human host and environmental factors. This viewpoint allows us to look forward to the development of treatments for a virus for which treatment options are currently non-existent. By providing detailed insights into this virus, its host and the environmental factors that play into rhinovirus induced diseases, this book explains disease mechanisms and summarizes existing and developing therapeutic approaches for better research, diagnosis and potential treatments. Provides insight into viral diversity and identification of virulence factors, showing how the subtype of rhinovirus affects susceptibility to diseases Explores host and environmental factors, explaining how age, health status, genotype, lifestyle and environment influence the outcome of a rhinovirus infection Covers vaccines and treatments, discussing the health burden associated with rhinovirus infections and the driving development of an increasing array of treatment approaches

The Infected Eye

The Infected Eye Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Nora V. Laver,Charles S. Specht
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3319428403
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The Infected Eye by Nora V. Laver,Charles S. Specht Summary

This book addresses the diagnosis and treatment of common ocular infections. Relevant pathological principles are described to provide a basis for the understanding of these disorders. The epidemiology of infection as a class of ocular disease and the pathological effects of infectious processes in tissue are discussed in introductory chapters. These fundamentals are explained and reinforced with tables and selected illustrations of tissue pathology. Further chapters by leading clinical specialists describe recommended approaches to infections of the eye and periocular tissues as these conditions occur in adults and children. Illustrative tables and algorithms enhance the discussion, making key principles accessible to the busy clinician. The final chapters provide a guide to relevant microbiological techniques, recommendations for specimen collection and transport, and a survey of antimicrobial therapy for the care of patients with ocular infectious diseases.

Gastrointestinal Diseases and Their Associated Infections

Gastrointestinal Diseases and Their Associated Infections Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Guy D. Eslick
Editor: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 032354844X
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Gastrointestinal Diseases and Their Associated Infections by Guy D. Eslick Summary

Many bacteria, viruses, protozoa, and fungi play key roles in the development of gastrointestinal diseases, and this practical reference brings you up to speed with this increasingly important area. Covering a broad range of GI diseases and cancers, this resource provides an expert overview of the field, ideal for all gastroenterologists and infectious disease physicians. Covers infections associated with gastroesophageal reflux disease and Barrett’s esophagus, gallbladder disease, acute pancreatitis, small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, irritable bowel syndrome, inflammatory bowel disease, appendicitis, Whipple Disease, Crohn’s Disease, and more. Discusses esophageal cancer, gastric cancer, cholangiocarcinoma, hepatocellular carcinoma, and colorectal cancer. Includes chapters on gut microbiome, fecal transplants, and the molecular pathgenesis of gastrointestinal infections. Consolidates today’s available information on this timely topic into a single convenient resource.

Flaviviridae Infections: Advances in Research and Treatment: 2011 Edition

Flaviviridae Infections: Advances in Research and Treatment: 2011 Edition Pdf/ePub eBook Author: ,
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Flaviviridae Infections: Advances in Research and Treatment: 2011 Edition by , Summary

Flaviviridae Infections: Advances in Research and Treatment: 2011 Edition is a ScholarlyBrief™ that delivers timely, authoritative, comprehensive, and specialized information about Flaviviridae Infections in a concise format. The editors have built Flaviviridae Infections: Advances in Research and Treatment: 2011 Edition on the vast information databases of ScholarlyNews.™ You can expect the information about Flaviviridae Infections in this eBook to be deeper than what you can access anywhere else, as well as consistently reliable, authoritative, informed, and relevant. The content of Flaviviridae Infections: Advances in Research and Treatment: 2011 Edition has been produced by the world’s leading scientists, engineers, analysts, research institutions, and companies. All of the content is from peer-reviewed sources, and all of it is written, assembled, and edited by the editors at ScholarlyEditions™ and available exclusively from us. You now have a source you can cite with authority, confidence, and credibility. More information is available at

The Infected Implant

The Infected Implant Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Heino Kienapfel,Klaus-Dieter Kühn
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
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The Infected Implant by Heino Kienapfel,Klaus-Dieter Kühn Summary

Musculosketal infections are potentially devastating for the patient, his family and the health care services, as they may lead to functional impairment, long lasting disability, or even permanent handicap. This problem may also have socioeconomic implications. Infection commonly results in prolonged use of antibiotics, multiple operations, complications, extended rehabilitation and long lasting followup visits with additional costs for the health care provider. This book covers contributions from international experts who came together in Potsdam, Germany, at the invitation of Professor Heino Kienapfel, MD PhD, of the Department of Special Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology of the Centre of Joint Arthroplasty, Auguste Viktoria Clinics Berlin. The focus of this book is the state of the art of: -Antimicrobial Resistances: Facts and Statistics - Arthroplasty Registers in EU: Status and Development - Microbiology in Arthroplasty - Strategies in Antibiotic Treatment - Spacer Management: Clinical Experiences and Requirements - Biofilm Creation: Low Grade Infection - Revision: Cemented vs. Cementless - Revision: One-stage vs. Two-stage treatment

Respiratory Infections

Respiratory Infections Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Sanjay Sethi
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 1420080350
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Respiratory Infections by Sanjay Sethi Summary

Utilizing a syndrome-based approach, Respiratory Infections provides pulmonologists, infectious disease specialists, and immunologists with essential and thorough knowledge of respiratory infections and the multitude of diseases that make us these infections, including pneumonia, tuberculosis, HIV, and cystic fibrosis. The only source to bridge the gap between respiratory infections and infectious disease, this text advises the clinician on how to easily and rapidly identify, treat, and manage respiratory infections. Key features of this integral resource include:


Infected Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Desiree Ross
Editor: BookRix
ISBN: 3730991337
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Infected by Desiree Ross Summary

this is the first book in the three part series in which Jason must fight to save his pack from certain destruction. the world is dark and crumbling, full of the dead and obliteration is certain

Vulvovaginal Infections

Vulvovaginal Infections Pdf/ePub eBook Author: William J. Ledger,Steven S. Witkin
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 1315360640
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Vulvovaginal Infections by William J. Ledger,Steven S. Witkin Summary

Vulvovaginal Infections presents new knowledge to help clinicians accurately diagnose and treat their patients and highlights for researchers remaining unsolved problems and the most promising areas for continued investigation. Clinical gynecologists will find practical advice and extensive insight into solving real-life clinical scenarios. The book opens by presenting information on the microbiology of the vagina and vaginal immunology. It then discusses the diagnosis of vulvovaginal disease, including physical examination, screening processes, and laboratory testing. Diagnosis is followed by covering various vulvovaginal infections including bacterial vaginosis, Candida vulvovaginitis, Trichomonas vaginalis vaginitis, genital herpes, human papillomavirus genital infections, allergic vulvovaginitis, menopausal vulvovaginitis, cytolytic vaginosis, aerobic vaginitis, and more. For each of these conditions, the book presents information on its background, microbiology, immunology, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment. Therapy details are provided with an emphasis on nuances that can be applied to women who fail to respond to medication prescribed or who respond and then become symptomatic once treatment has ended. This new edition discusses major advances in the characterization of endogenous microbiota that populate the genital tract in women of all ages. It also provides a more sophisticated appreciation of immune mechanisms found in the healthy female genital tract and alterations that increase both susceptibility and consequences of various infectious and noninfectious disorders. A major impetus for writing this new edition is to help the busy clinician, resident, or fellow by explaining advances in individual disorders in a manner that is relevant to their practice.

Sexually Transmitted Infections - E-book

Sexually Transmitted Infections - E-book Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Bhushan Kumar,Somesh Gupta
Editor: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 8131229785
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Sexually Transmitted Infections - E-book by Bhushan Kumar,Somesh Gupta Summary

Covers all aspects (historical, epidemiological, diagnostic, clinical, preventative, public health and medico-legal) of STIs in complete detail with a special emphasis on STIs in special groups—migrants, homosexuals, and sexually abused. Covers basic and laboratory sciences extensively to blend with the basics required by the clinician for proper understanding of the disease process. Clinical photographs, illustrations, photographs of specimens and cultures, histopathology, flow charts and line diagrams are given extensively throughout the text to make relevant clinical situation self-explanatory. Has very useful and practical information for even the clinician in the periphery, where the investigative component is either non-existent or very basic and many new drugs are not available or unaffordable. Management of HIV in adults and children in resource-poor countries has been covered extensively along with syndromic management of STIs. This enables a physician to choose from approaches in a particular situation depending upon the available means—laboratory or therapeutic. Covers sexual dysfunction in both men and women and the basics of human sexual behavior and sexual health. Section Editors and Contributors from all continents of the world have made this a truly global reference book. It is a useful reference text for epidemiologists, public health experts, clinicians, microbiologists, health workers, social organizations and counselors working in the field of STIs, sexual health, and HIV.