1. Trial vaccine effective in keeping STI at bay  Business Daily
  2. Chlamydia vaccine shows promise in early tests  Standard Digital
  3. Chlamydia sex infection vaccine passes safety test  BBC News
  4. Chlamydia vaccine shown to be safe in first ever human trial  New Scientist
  5. A Chlamydia Vaccine Shows Promise in Early Human Trial  Gizmodo
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A trial vaccine against chlamydia has been found to be safe and effective in preventing infection of the sexually transmitted disease.A trial vaccine against chlamydia has been found to be safe and effective in preventing infection of the sexually transmitted disease.

Trial vaccine effective in keeping STI at bay - Business Daily

The first human trial of a jab to tackle the sexually transmitted disease shows promise, say experts.The first human trial of a jab to tackle the sexually transmitted disease shows promise, say experts.

Chlamydia sex infection vaccine passes safety test - BBC News

“Someone asked me this. So: 1.) Mouthwash is NOT effective at removing STD risk. 2.) Gonorrhoea, herpes & syphilis are STD's most likely transmitted via unprotected oral. Chlamydia, HIV, hepatitis unlikely. 3.) Use a condom on oral if in doubt. https://t.co/1bg05ahwVS”

Dr Adi MacArtney on Twitter: "Someone asked me this. So: 1.) Mouthwash is NOT effective at removing STD risk. 2.) Gonorrhoea, herpes & syphilis are STD's most likely transmitted via unprotected oral. Chlamydia, HIV, hepatitis unlikely. 3.) Use a condom on oral if in doubt. https://t.co/1bg05ahwVS… https://t.co/AudV7pyUYo"

A chlamydia vaccine has been trialed in humans for the first time – and it was a success, with results published in The Lancet Infectious Diseases showing A chlamydia vaccine has been trialed in humans for the first time – and it was a success, with results published in The Lancet Infectious Diseases showing

Chlamydia Vaccine Passes Safety Test In First Ever Human Trial | IFLScience

A vaccine against one of the most common sexually transmitted infections (STIs) could be available within the next 10 years after it showed promising results in an early clinical trial.A vaccine against one of the most common sexually transmitted infections (STIs) could be available within the next 10 years after it showed promising results in an early clinical trial.

Chlamydia vaccine on the horizon after early clinical trial shows promise

The first human trial of a chlamydia vaccine shows that it is safe and triggers an immune response, a promising step toward an STI vaccine.It could be a huge win for public health

There Could Be a Chlamydia Vaccine In the Coming Years | Time

CHLAMYDIA could be prevented from infecting randy Brits within the next five years thanks to an STI-busting jab, according to experts. CHLAMYDIA could be prevented from infecting randy Brits within the...

Chlamydia jab could end UK's most common STI infection - Daily Star

Scientists from the Statens Serum Institut in Copenhagen tested two injections on 35 healthy female volunteers. After five months, none of the women had suffered any serious side effects.Scientists from the Statens Serum Institut in Copenhagen tested two injections on 35 healthy female volunteers. After five months, none of the women had suffered any serious side effects.

Chlamydia vaccine moves a step closer after a scientific trial proves it is safe | Daily Mail Online

A VACCINE against Britain’s most common sexual infection could be available in five years, scientists claim. Tests revealed the jab was safe and triggered an immune response against chlamydia. Rese…

First ever chlamydia jab could prevent most common STI – in the next five years – The Sun

If additional research goes favorably, we could now be living in the final years of Chlamydia's reign.If additional research goes favorably, we could now be living in the final years of Chlamydia's reign.

A vaccine to protect against the common sexually transmitted infection (STI) chlamydia is safe and has shown promising signs of being effective, a clinical trial has found. Researchers found the...Chlamydia is the most common bacterial STI in the world and accounts for almost half of all STIs diagnosed in England.

Chlamydia cure on the horizon as vaccine trial proves successful | Metro News

PARIS, Aug 13 ― The first chlamydia vaccine encouragingly triggered an immune response in women during preliminary clinical trials and was found to be safe, researchers said today. Further trials, starting later this year, will show whether the vaccine actually protects against the sexually...PARIS, Aug 13 ― The first chlamydia vaccine encouragingly triggered an immune response in women during preliminary clinical trials and was found to be safe, researchers said today. Further trials, starting later this year, will show whether the vaccine actually protects against the sexually...

Chlamydia vaccine shows promise in early tests, researchers say | Life | Malay Mail

The first chlamydia vaccine encouragingly triggered an immune response in women during preliminary clinical trials and was found to be safe, researchers said Tuesday. Further trials, starting later this year, will show whether the vaccine actually protects against the sexually transmitted disease (STDThe first chlamydia vaccine encouragingly triggered an immune response in women during preliminary clinical trials and was found to be safe, researchers said Tuesday. Further trials, starting later this year, will show whether the vaccine actually protects against the sexually transmitted disease (STD

Chlamydia vaccine shows promise in early tests

A vaccination against chlamydia is safe and has shown signs that it can work, a clinical trial has found. Researchers found the vaccine provoked an immune response during preliminary tests on 35 healthy women. Further trials will now be carried out to determine whether it can fully protect against the sexually transmitted infection (STI). But experts say the latest findingsA vaccination against chlamydia is safe and has shown signs that it can work, a clinical trial has found. Researchers found the vaccine provoked an immune response during preliminary tests on 35

Scientists make 'important first step' in vaccination against chlamydia | London Evening Standard

Chlamydia, the world's most common bacterial STI, is usually treated with antibiotics but people can still catch it again.Chlamydia, the world's most common bacterial STI, is usually treated with antibiotics but people can still catch it again.

'Important first step' in chlamydia vaccine | UK News | Sky News

A vaccine against the sexually transmitted disease chlamydia appears safe and potentially effective, an early trial suggests.A vaccine against the sexually transmitted disease chlamydia appears safe and potentially effective, an early trial suggests.

Chlamydia vaccine shown to be safe, effective in small trial - UPI.com