Students offered $10 to take chlamydia tests

By 31 January, 2011 3

The ABC has the happy news that the University of Canberra, ANU and ACT Health are running a joint program to clean up the poxy student bodies:

A new Chlamydia Screening program at selected Canberra pharmacies, will offer people aged between 16 and 30 years, a ten dollar incentive to take a urine test for Chlamydia.

Researchers will analyse the success of the program.

An easy pint of beer, one imagines uptake will be high.

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3 Responses to Students offered $10 to take chlamydia tests
#1
Fiona4:36 pm, 31 Jan 11

Sweet, ten bucks.

can use it to buy refillable water flasks at UC.

#2
dpm6:13 pm, 31 Jan 11

Fiona said :

Sweet, ten bucks.

can use it to buy refillable water flasks at UC.

While i’m sure everyone has at least one spare water bottle at home, if you are underprivileged in this regard, go to UC O-week this week. I pretty sure a lot of stands will be giving out free water bottles.

#3
Fiona7:59 pm, 31 Jan 11

dpm said :

Fiona said :

Sweet, ten bucks.

can use it to buy refillable water flasks at UC.

While i’m sure everyone has at least one spare water bottle at home, if you are underprivileged in this regard, go to UC O-week this week. I pretty sure a lot of stands will be giving out free water bottles.

Which will then go to landfill? :)

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