Sexually Transmited Disease Epidemic in Canada

Young adults raised on condom ads – remember the one with the horny balloon animals? – may have the false impression that sexually transmitted infections are under control. But cases of chlamydia, among other STIs, have been on the rise across Canada for more than a decade, disease experts caution.

In Ontario, 36,395 cases of chlamydia were reported in 2011 – a 122-per-cent jump from 10 years earlier. In Alberta, government statistics show a 125-per-cent increase in chlamydia cases over the same period. The trend is similar in other provinces, including British Columbia, where reported cases of chlamydia have risen by 62 per cent in the past decade.

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  1. They will just say immigrants have those diseases. After all, in the eyes of whites, pink skin gives them immunity from all chronic diseases like diabetes, hypertension, congestive heart failure and etc. I was taught in school using white racist statistics that every so called races but pinks are predisposed to chronic diseases. Only mmigrants and first nations have chronic diseases. Kind of strange considering i once worked in a department of pinks and the majority had diabetes. But i was lead to believe that pink skin gives immunity to all diseases. They dont talk about the major birth defects pinks tend to be born with but they try to use stastics and their pseudo science to claim superiority and black inferiority. I once read in a peer reviewed article on EBSCOHOST that claimed that black women are more likely to have vaginal odour. If you have access to peer reviewed journals look it up. “Lies, damn lies and statistics.” I dont

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