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Grand Island's Choice Family Clinic says roughly 2,500 people visit their clinic each year to be STI tested. They also say they would like to see that number be a little higher. Grand Island's Choice Family Clinic says roughly 2,500 people visit their clinic each year to be STI tested. They also say they would like to see that number be a little higher.

New study suggests over 1 million STIs are diagnosed each day

More than one million new cases of curable sexually transmitted diseases are diagnosed every day, according to the World Health Organization.More than one million new cases of curable sexually transmitted diseases are diagnosed every day, according to the World Health Organization.

1 million new STD cases diagnosed every day, World Health Organization says | abc7.com

The World Health Organization is shedding light on the spread of sexually transmitted diseases.The World Health Organization is shedding light on the spread of sexually transmitted diseases.

One million people get STDs every day, World Health Organization reports | abc11.com

“BBC News - One million new STIs every day, says WHO https://t.co/oYBzxHXLz5”

Jeremy Farrar on Twitter: "BBC News - One million new STIs every day, says WHO https://t.co/oYBzxHXLz5"

“⚡️ “Sexually transmitted infections are making a comeback” by @tictoc https://t.co/5G5vLg0W04”

Marge Doyle, RN on Twitter: "⚡️ “Sexually transmitted infections are making a comeback” by @tictoc https://t.co/5G5vLg0W04"

“1 in 25 people globally have at least one STI. Better sexual health education, prevention, testing and treatment is needed. V concerning also of drug-resistant STIs, including in the UK. Govt's across the world must do more to combat this health threat https://t.co/UXKBZJMhJt”

Sharon Hodgson MP on Twitter: "1 in 25 people globally have at least one STI. Better sexual health education, prevention, testing and treatment is needed. V concerning also of drug-resistant STIs, including in the UK. Govt's across the world must do more to combat this health threat https://t.co/UXKBZJMhJt"

“More than 1 million new cases of curable #STIs occur every day, new research shows. Urgent attention is needed to scale-up prevention, access to diagnostics and treatment and tackle stigma https://t.co/nwfAOj0olM”

Peter Salama on Twitter: "More than 1 million new cases of curable #STIs occur every day, new research shows. Urgent attention is needed to scale-up prevention, access to diagnostics and treatment and tackle stigma https://t.co/nwfAOj0olM"