San Diego State University is warning students of several confirmed syphilis cases on campus. At least one student has been diagnosed with the sexually transmitted disease.

Several other students were tested and confirmed to have the treatable infection.

SDSU officials are urging students who have had unprotected sex this year to get tested.

Syphilis blood tests are available to students free of charge on campus. More information is available by calling 619/594-5281.


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