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Understanding trends in genital chlamydia trachomatis can benefit from enhanced surveillance: findings from Australia

by Ali H, Guy RJ, Fairley CK, Wand H, Chen MY, Dickson B, O'Connor CC, Marshall L, Grulich AE, Kaldor JM, Hellard ME, Donovan B

Journal article
Year 2012
Journal Sexually Transmitted Infections
Volume 88
Issue 7
Page 552-557

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