CDC: Syphilis test yields about 18% false-positive results

02/10/2011 | Yahoo!

A study in the CDC's Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report found about 18% of false-positive results of a syphilis testing method used since the 1980s were negative. The CDC recommends another screening be given if this test indicates a positive syphilis diagnosis.

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