Trends in the prevalence of chlamydial infections. The impact of community-wide testing.

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BACKGROUND Evaluation of existing testing programs should guide the national effort to expand programs for the prevention of chlamydial infections. The Columbus (Ohio) Health Department instituted community-wide testing for Chlamydia trachomatis in 1988. GOALS To assess trends in the prevalence of chlamydial infection, the coverage of screening, and… (More)

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@article{Mertz1997TrendsIT, title={Trends in the prevalence of chlamydial infections. The impact of community-wide testing.}, author={Kirsten Mertz and Wendy Levine and Debra J. Mosure and Sylvia Berman and Kristen J. Dorian}, journal={Sexually transmitted diseases}, year={1997}, volume={24 3}, pages={169-75} }