Widespread screening seeks to lower Chlamydia prevalence.

  title={Widespread screening seeks to lower Chlamydia prevalence.},
  author={Patricia Donovan},
  journal={Family planning perspectives},
  volume={24 3},
The Columbus, Ohio, City Health Department, with a grant from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), is screening 60,000-70,000 women annually from 4 family planning clinics and 30 private physicians for chlamydia. The screening program was based on similar screening effort held in the 1970s for gonorrhea. The purpose of the project is to determine the… CONTINUE READING