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Sjekkdeg.no: A Game-Style Web App for Preventing Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Background In Norway there are diagnosed more than 20.000 new cases of Chlamydia every year and is it the most common reportable sexually transmitted infection in the country. In the two northernmost counties (Troms and Finnmark) the incidence has previously been nearly twice the Norwegian average. Moreover, in 2011, 68% of reported chlamydia cases were found in persons below 25 years of age. Objective To achieve that North Norwegian youngsters become more aware of sexually transmitted d...
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