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A cheaper first-line approach to African AIDS?

by Dave Konkel [Moderator] / June 30, 2004 11:17 PM PDT
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IMHO we should do what we do here
by gearup / June 30, 2004 11:47 PM PDT

teach them abstinence! yeah!

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You are too funny ...
by Evie / July 1, 2004 12:04 AM PDT
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Re: You are too funny ... Skimming again, Evie?
by Dave Konkel [Moderator] / July 1, 2004 12:09 AM PDT
In reply to: You are too funny ...

>>The World Health Organization, meanwhile, also attributes other factors to the decline in AIDS cases in Uganda. It points to an emphasis on safer sex and a push to delay sexual activity among teenagers. According to the agency, condom use has grown from 7 percent nationwide in 1990 to more than 50 percent in rural areas and 85 percent in urban areas.<<
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Not skimming Dave
by Evie / July 1, 2004 12:43 AM PDT

The condom use is within the ABC program that stresses abstinence and monogamy. And a push to delay sexual activity among teenagers would be a version of abstinence promotion no? Sheesh. You want to talk about politicizing science? You can't let success stories like Uganda get in the way of the rousing success that is the legacy of condom pushers in the rest of Africa now can we.

Evie Happy

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