Cases of syphilis in England are at the highest level since 1949 according to data released by Public health England, data relates to cases of sexually transmitted infections in 2017.
Syphilis was responsible for 7,137 of 422,147 diagnoses in 2017 which is 20% higher than 2016 and 148% higher than 2008.
Whilst cases of other STIs have declined cases of syphilis and gonorrhea continue to rise.
Cases of syphilis also hit a record high in the US in 2016.
Public Health England calls for more sexual health education in secondary schools and urge people to get tested regularly.
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