Enital Herpes Sexual Transmitted diseas

Introduction: (7 a 8 Sentences, ONLY 1 Paragraph in Length) Present the genital herpes STI include the following characteristics listed below: scientific name, class of organism (that is bacterial, viral, protist etc)a Only one paragraph in length and if longer will result in a deduction of 10 points
Body: (2 a 3 Paragraphs: 1 Paragraph Per New Research Finding) 2 a 3 New Research Findings on genital herpes (MUST USE JOURNAL ARTICLES) from the years 2008 a 2011; Research topics can be of the following: anatomical infection site receiving the STI as well as where the STI infects secondarily side effects beyond initial infection e.g., brain damage, kidney liver damage immune system damage etc. Treatments & side effects must be covered by sources from the years, 2009 a 2011. Statistics for genital herpes STI discussed must be from articles in the years 2009 a 2011. New research findings must be supported by Scientific Data (example: percentages, efficacy, number of cases, number of patients, statistics, side effects, control groups, experimental groups) a MUST consist of at least 2 paragraphs or will result in a deduction of 25 points
Conclusion: (5 a 6 Sentences, ONLY 1 Paragraph in Length) Summary of paper a MUST be one paragraph in length or will result in a deduction of 10 points
References: Minimum 3 a 5 (only one reference can be from a .com website), MUST include all references (In-Text Citations) in your body of your paper a Any critical component missing from your research paper will result in a deduction of 10 points


1.) The scientific name for the causative agent e.g., syphilis is caused by Treponema pallidum
2.) Provide statistical epidemiology (how many people in the United States & world wide have the STI) this information is easily obtained from NIH.org, CDC.gov or WHO.org
3.) How STI is transmittedmost have more than one way for transmission, so mention all transmission modes.
4.) Prevention methods.
5.) Treatment if there is a treatment provide the names of medication(s) then explain in detail how it is used & accessed by individuals with the STI; if there is not a treatment explain why there is no treatment available.
6.) If there is no Curestate that plainly, if there is a Cureexplain it in detail.
7.) Explain the signs, the symptoms and side effects of both the STI and any treatment for the STI.