Sexually transmitted diseases are at an all-time high in California, and Marin is no different. According to the state’s health department, last year saw a record of diagnoses—likely due to the slashing of prevention and treatment funding as far back as the financial crisis of 2008. More than 300,000 cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea, and early . . .
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