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Chlamydia trachomatis infections are recognised to be one of the causes of infertility in women; moreover, it is a cause that health services are able to do something about. So, in contexts of high infertility, establishing chlamydia (CT) prevalence can be a powerful argument in favour of prioritising interventions such as routine screening and treatment of high-risk women.
In view of this, a team of researchers from Bugando Weill School of Medicine in Mwanza, Tanzania, conducted a cross-sectional hospital-based …
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