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Prevalence of Neisseria gonorrhoeae infection in young women in South London
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    Not false positive tests- Just different populations

    Dear Editor

    In their letter Aghaizu et al suggest that the differences in the prevalence in their study 1 and our study 2may be attributable to false positive tests using strand displacement assay (ProbeTec, Becton Dickenson). We disagree with these observations. We would like to point out that the populations studied were substantially different- majority of our subjects attended sexual health and reproduction clinics...

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