Reported rates per 100,000 of chlamydia, gonorrhea and infectious syphilis, by age group and sex, population aged 20 to 59, Canada, 2003 and 2012
|Age group||Chlamydia||Gonorrhea||Infectious syphilis|
|rate per 100,000|
|20 to 24||1453.3||656.5||2151.7||1073.9||97.1||111.8||153.0||148.5||3.3||2.9||2.2||21.2|
|25 to 29||546.8||385.5||937.1||704.1||40.4||83.8||81.7||133.1||3.3||7.5||0.9||21.5|
|30 to 39||148.5||138.7||332.1||271.9||14.9||57.4||30.6||68.6||1.7||12.6||0.8||20.0|
|40 to 59||18.8||27.1||54.8||61.6||2.5||19.6||6.0||25.6||0.5||6.6||0.5||14.8|
Notes: 2012 data are preliminary and changes are anticipated. Data reported by Nunavut prior to 2007 are preliminary. Nunavut excluded from estimates from 2007 onward.
Infectious syphilis includes primary, secondary and early latent stages.
Source: Public Health Agency of Canada. 2015. Report on sexually transmitted infections in Canada: 2012. Catalogue no. HP37-10/2012E-PDF. Ottawa.
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