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Abstract

A pilot study has been carried up in the United Kingdom to assess the feasibility of a national screening programme of genital chlamydial infections. The preliminary results show a high acceptance rate (70% of the candidates) and a significant coverage of the target population (40% over a six months period). Several other studies are ongoing in order to specify the more appropriate screening processes and partner notification strategies, as well as the cost effectiveness of a national programme.

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2001-05-01
2017-11-18
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