She has been tested for sexually transmitted chlamydia in human health. Englandcapitol LondonImperial College experts hope that the vaccine will be "stimulated" by the vaccine, and the vaccine will be released within 5 years.
About half of all sexually transmitted diseases in the UK are chlamydia, and the best way to combat this infection is vaccination.
The results of the research published in the Science Journal of Lancet Infectious Diseases show how effective the vaccine is and the need to further test the dose.
Experts recall that the most effective way to prevent chlamydia is the use of a condom.
WHAT IS CLAMPIA?
Chlamydia is a bacterial infection caused by unprotected sex. Chlamydia bacteria are located in the sperm and vaginal fluid. The infection is described as "silent illness", since no detainees are detected in detainees.
If the disease is not treated with antibiotics, it can cause severe complications and infertility.
It is recommended that chlamydia testing is tested annually to persons under 25 years of age. These tests can also be done at home.
WHY DOES VACCINATE REQUIRED?
Antibiotics can cure chlamydia, but if they are in contact, they can catch it.
Despite screening and effective treatment, chlamydia is the most common sexually transmitted disease. Experts hope that the vaccine will provide long-term protection.
Experts have made two different conclusions when examining 35 women. The two formula was found to be safe, but more efficient than the other. Researchers say the vaccine is going to be tested at a new stage.
Professor Robin Shattoct said about the vaccine:
"These results make us happy as the vaccine provides some kind of immunity that is safe and protects against chlamydia. However, we need more tests to ensure that the vaccine really provides protection.
We hope that the test will begin next year or two years later. If the test runs well, the vaccine can be used for five years. "
It is possible to give a vaccine to the cervix cancer vaccine, he said.