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Sexual network analysis of a gonorrhoea outbreak a gonorrhoea outbreak transmission of Neisseria gonorrhoeae in a localised outbreak in Alberta, Canada, using measures of network centrality to determine the association between risk of infection of network members and their position within the sexual network. We also compared risk in smaller disconnected components with a large network centred on a social venue.
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Bar patrons possessed significantly higher information centrality measures compared to non-patrons table 3.
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