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Trichomoniasis

The importance of testing for Trichomoniasis

Here, Sekisui Diagnostics, the innovative company behind the OSOM® Trichomonas test, explore the common sexually transmitted infection, trichomoniasis, outlining key symptoms, complications, treatments and...
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New chlamydia hypothesis highlights importance of early screening

New insights on chlamydia's link to cancer and ectopic pregnancy risk could lead to preventative treatments for chlamydia-induced disease. Researchers have discovered a new possible...
HIV-transmission-device

Wearable device delivers medication to stop HIV transmission

A “smart” ring device for women has been developed to help prevent HIV transmission in situations where condom use is not possible. The intravaginal ring...
Chlamydia bacteria

A chlamydia vaccine is on the horizon

For the first time, a vaccine against chlamydia has completed a clinical Phase 1 trial Development of a vaccine against chlamydia is an international priority,...
uk gonorrhoea investment

UK gonorrhoea investment to prevent STI spread

The UK government has invested £3.5m (€4.05m) in a global research and development partnership aimed at combating the spread of gonorrhoea. Around 87 million new...
Annual HIV data shows a continued decline since 2000

Annual HIV data shows a continued decline since 2000

Published by Public Health England, Annual HIV data shows new HIV diagnoses in the UK have fallen to their lowest level since 2000. New HIV...
Sexually transmitted infections: WHO release new estimates on congenital syphilis

Sexually transmitted infections: WHO release new estimates on congenital syphilis

According to WHO, due to sexually transmitted infections, there was approximately 661,000 total cases of congenital syphilis in 2016 resulting in over 200,000 stillbirths...
Human papilloma virus: shaming women could put off cancer screening

Human papilloma virus: shaming women could put off cancer screening

The social stigmas and myths surrounding the human papilloma virus (HPV) could make women anxious, and potentially deter them from getting cervical screening. According to...
Could HPV be linked to improving cervical cancer survival rates?

Could HPV be linked to improving cervical cancer survival rates?

Researchers believe that high-risk HPV can be another important analytical marker that can improve cervical cancer survival rates. The occurrence of high-risk human papillomavirus (HrHPV)...

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