In Sweden, potential STD sufferers have their condition assessed with anonymous photo submissions

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Statistics show that teenagers and young adults are almost around four times as likely to catch chlamydia than the general population. We've already seen medical bodies such as the UK's NHS Hounslow offer chlamydia test results by text message with the aim to engage young people with health issues, and now STDTriage is enabling smartphone users to simply send an anonymous image of their intimate condition to a doctor, who will respond within 24 hours. Rather than an embarrassing trip to the sex clinic, those downloading the app – which was created by Sweden-based iDoc24 for STD Awareness Month this…

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