Chlamydia screening levels have increased by more than a third in the past year, with nearly 100,000 young people being tested for the sexually transmitted infection through the National Chlamydia Screening Programme, according to public health minister Caroline Flint.

Ms Flint commented: 'The fact that in the past year record numbers of young people were screened for chlamydia demonstrates our commitment to tackling the prevalence of this disease-which can cause infertility if lest untreated'.

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Chlamydia screening levels have increased by more than a third in the past year, with nearly 100,000 young people being tested for the sexually transmitted infection through the National Chlamydia Screening Programme, according to public health minister Caroline Flint.

Ms Flint commented: 'The fact that in the past year record numbers of young people were screened for chlamydia demonstrates our commitment to tackling the prevalence of this disease-which can cause infertility if lest untreated'.

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