Published in Women's Health Weekly, June 29th, 1998
Declining rates of infection in the county of Uppsala in Sweden associated with the implementation of prevention policies probably have led to a fall in the rate of ectopic pregnancies, according to a 10-year study published in the British Medical Journal (Egger et al., "Screening for Chlamydial Infection and the Risk of Ectopic Pregnancy in a County in Sweden: Ecological Analysis," BMJ, June 1998;316:1776-80).
Writing in the June 18, 1998, edition of Eurosurveillance Weekly, Caroline Akehurst explained that Sweden introduced a...
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