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Productivity losses attributable to untreated chlamydial infections and their sequelae “contribute substantially” to the economic burden of this disease,

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    Productivity losses attributable to untreated chlamydial infections and their sequelae “contribute substantially” to the economic burden of this disease,. Pharmacoecon. Outcomes News 519, 4 (2007). https://doi.org/10.2165/00151234-200705190-00011

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    Keywords

    • Public Health
    • Health Outcome
    • Labour Force
    • Inflammatory Disease
    • Survey Data