Söderqvist J, Gullsby K, Stark L, et al Internet-based self-sampling for Chlamydia trachomatis testing: a national evaluation in Sweden Sexually Transmitted Infections 2020;96:160-165. Abstract: Objective Internet-based testing for Chlamydia trachomatis (CT) with self-sampling at home has gradually been implemented in Sweden since 2006 as a free-of-charge service within the public healthcare...
ABC Health & Wellbeing, 17/09/2019 An Australian study of the most downloaded fertility apps has found over half didn’t perform well at predicting ovulation — which is exactly what many users are using these apps for. The findings, by researchers at Eve Health Fertility in Brisbane in conjunction with Queensland Fertility Group, were presented at a Fertility Society of Australia...
Sex Transm Infect 2015;91:106-110 doi:10.1136/sextrans-2014-051719
Background: Uptake of chlamydia screening by men in England has been substantially lower than by women. Non-traditional settings such as sports clubs offer opportunities to widen access. Involving people who are not medically trained to promote screening could optimise acceptability.
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NHS Choices, Wednesday September 17 2014
Research found urine-based testing for HPV DNA showed signs it might be accurate enough to provide a viable screening method, given further research and development.
Sydney Morning Herald, September 23, 2014 – 12:15AM
The state’s leading cancer body is concerned that as many as 10 per cent of women are putting themselves at risk of developing cervical cancer by skipping their regular Pap smear.