DoH asks NICE for guidance on sexually transmitted infections

NICE is to produce guidance on interventions to reduce the transmission of chlamydia and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs).

Chlamydia infection
The guidance will also cover methods to reduce the rate of under 18 pregnancies, particularly in those individuals who are vulnerable or are in at risk groups.

The document will focus on ways in which health professionals within and outside the NHS in England was achieve these goals.

The initial document is available online, but does not include all of the sections which will form part of the final guidance.

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