Then there is the possibility of a Gonorrhea test down the road - but they have to start with one test first. Chlamydia tests appear to be more common that other STD infections so it is the best condition to test for.
You are ignoring my point.
When you are treated for Chlamydia and you have no other STD diseases, you still need to know that the virus has been treated. Some form of test needs to be done to prove that - according to the CDC.
You can take a labtest (and wait a few days for results) or you can take test and know in five minutes.
The CDC website on Chlamydia states this:
Women diagnosed with chlamydial infection should be retested approximately 3 months after treatment.
CDC recommends yearly chlamydia screening of all sexually active women younger than 25, as well as older women with risk factors such as new or multiple partners, or a sex partner who has a sexually transmitted infection..Pregnant women should be screened during their first prenatal care visit.
While you have a good argument on testing at-risk people. On the first STD website I looked at, stdcheck, it recommends re-testing for Chlamydia 2-weeks after treatment to make sure you are cured of the virus. This follow-up validation only needs to look for the Chlamydia virus. Therefore, every treated patient is a potential customer for their test.
I consider the website last year pretty good as it was full of content, but the revamped website makes that version look poor.
The new website content revolves around Trovera instead of Trovagene. The pages are simple, but they answer all the key questions for healthcare providers and patients. The video stories about patients using trovera tests are great. I would guess that the new CEO's efforts brought about these changes. A job well done.