Understanding relationships between chlamydial infection, symptoms, and testing behavior: an analysis of data from Natsal-3.

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Summary of "Understanding relationships between chlamydial infection, symptoms, and testing behavior: an analysis of data from Natsal-3."

Genital chlamydia is the most commonly diagnosed sexually transmitted infection worldwide, and can have serious long-term sequelae. Numerous countries invest substantially in testing but evidence for programs' effectiveness is inconclusive. It is important to understand the effects of testing programs in different groups of people.


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Name: Epidemiology (Cambridge, Mass.)
ISSN: 1531-5487


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