Syphilis: The Tuskegee Study

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Earlier to 1932, once the Tuskegee Study initiated syphilis was a massive social issue. In the region where the Tuskegee Study was taking place, 39.8 % of the African American inhabitants tested had syphilis in the centuries beginning of the study. Syphilis is extremely transferrable and is simply spread in two ways through sexual contact. Syphilis transports is concluded in three stages in the body with a inactivity stage in the middle of the second and third stage. The chief stage of syphilis has as an early sign of a small sore, which typically forms at the site of septicity. The sore is frequently painless and can often go undetected and the syphilis bacteria are spread all over the body. The second stage of syphilis is noticeable by the
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