Thousands of drivers per day along Texas 121 are warned of the impending syphilis tsunami.
Thousands of drivers per day along Texas 121 are warned of the impending syphilis tsunami. Matt Martinez mmartinez@star-telegram.com
Thousands of drivers per day along Texas 121 are warned of the impending syphilis tsunami. Matt Martinez mmartinez@star-telegram.com

A ‘Syphilis Tsunami’ in Fort Worth?

August 11, 2017 11:53 AM

UPDATED August 11, 2017 05:08 PM

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