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Chlamydia control in Europe

30 Jun 2009
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Chlamydia trachomatis is one of the most common sexually transmitted infections in Europe. Despite the high incidence rate of chlamydia, almost half of the countries that responded to a recent survey of chlamydia control activities reported no organised activity. This document outlines the steps necessary to implement a comprehensive and effective control programme. It also offers advice on how to monitor and evaluate such programmes in order to ensure their effectiveness.
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