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It has a “Safety Tips” section under the app’s “Settings" that discusses protection measures such as using a condom, and features a link to a CDC website with information on getting tested.The company did not respond to a request for comment.It also works with public health departments when it comes to notifying a partner who may have been exposed to an STD, according to Senior Health Strategist David Novak, who served as the national syphilis elimination coordinator at both the CDC and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health before coming to work at Online Buddies, Manhunt’s parent company.

They then track down and notify those partners — discreetly, Hsu added, in a way that keeps the source of information anonymous.

“We will go on (social media), use public information and find ways to track people using their handles.”Such partnerships are important, both Hsu and Chan of Rhode Island say.

However, they must be built upon strong state and local screening, prevention and treatment efforts.

Hsu has also found that people sometimes delete their profiles before her division can find them to tell them they may have been exposed to an STD.“We just can’t keep up,” she said.

Tinder, an app that has people swipe left or right depending on whether they “like” someone or not, processes 26 million matches every day and 1.5 million dates every week, according to its website.

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