The first chlamydia vaccine has passed a major test

The result offers hope for stemming the tens of millions of new infections each year

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VACCINE NEEDED  Researchers reported promising results in a test in humans for a vaccine against chlamydia, which causes around 131 million new infections worldwide each year.

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