Minnesota doctors debate screening all young adults for chlamydia
Screening all of Minnesota's young adults for chlamydia would be a positive step, the manager of a health clinic for teenagers said on Thursday.
"I really like it," said Caroline Woods, a physician's assistant who manages the Lutheran Social Service Wellness Center at 104 W. First St.
"I'm recommending screening for everybody, every shape, size, sexual orientation," Woods said. "Everybody -- I'm recommending that they get screened."
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