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New research indicates that a rapid test that uses self-collected vaginal swabs may be effective in diagnosing chlamydia.1 With its ability to deliver results in less than 30 minutes, the test, now in development, would give clinicians a same-day diagnostic and screening tool for chlamydial infection.

STD Quarterly: New research focuses on rapid chlamydia test