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  1. 2015 STD Treatment Guidelines Materials Now Available

    In June, the CDC published its updated Sexually Transmitted Diseases Treatment Guidelines, 2015. CDC has developed several resources for clinicians based on the Guidelines including a wall chart, pocket guide and treatment mobile app.

  2. Impact of Cervical Cancer Screening Guidelines on Screening for Chlamydia

    Changes made in 2009 that increased the recommended age of cervical cancer screening may be causing some young women to miss out on screening for chlamydia.

  3. Chlamydia Screening 'Easier And Cheaper' With New DNA Smartphone Test

    Researchers have created a simple smartphone DNA test that they say can accurately detect chlamydia - the most commonly reported sexually transmitted infection in the US.

  4. CDC Report Finds Chlamydia Rates Increasing among Teen Girls

    A new CDC report has found that chlamydia infection increased by an average of 3.3% per year from 2005-2012 among females aged 15-19. In women aged 20-24 years, the rate of chlamydia has also demonstrated no sign of decline.

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Guide to Quality Improvement Using the Chlamydia Screening HEDIS Measure: Webinar Series

In collaboration with NCQA, the NCC has developed a three-part webinar series designed to provide participants with a guide to improve the quality of care and services using the chlamydia screening HEDIS measure.

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Twenty percent of untreated chlamydia infections lead to pelvic inflammatory disease.
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