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Saturday, 20 December 2014

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A timely incentive to get treated?

Being tested for a sexually transmitted infection can be a nerve-wracking business.

At least, that’s what Reiver is informed.

If anyone was battling with the decision, perhaps a nice watch might persuade them?

This was the offer last week from North Lancashire Chlamydia Team, which Tweeted about Chlamydia testing at the University of Cumbria Students Union.

“Get your free watch for every test!” was the offer.

Did this tempt anyone through the door?

A watch might soften the blow for anyone whose test result is not what they wanted.

And at least Chlamydia – the most common STI among 15-24-year-olds – is easy to treat.

Time for a test, perhaps.

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