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Table of Contents

Woman on the Verge

The River Runs Through It

The Jelly Revolution

Let's Dance

Publisher's Letter

Mailbox

Catching Up With...

Call The Cops

Say What?

Big Bro

Chew the Stat

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Trade Route To Riot

Bookmark This

Nana’s Natural Remedy

Underground Railroad

Milestones

The Body Politic

High Crimes

Low Blows

Trip The Light Magnificent

Relatively Speaking

A Tricky Combination

Beat The Blues

Down But Not Out

Comfort Zone

Tendergroin District

The Matrix

Beyond Eradication

Herb Of The Month

ddIDay

3.29.89: Fine Toon



Most Popular Lessons

The HIV Life Cycle

Shingles

Herpes Simplex Virus

Syphilis & Neurosyphilis

Treatments for Opportunistic Infections (OIs)

What is AIDS & HIV?

Hepatitis & HIV


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March 2000

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After the installation of a new filtering program on school computers, New York City students received “access denied” messages when logging on to websites with info about safer sex and AIDS.

China’s first televised PSA advocating condoms to prevent HIV ran for two days in December before being pulled off the air by the government, which cited a national law forbidding ads for sex products.

Kenyan President Daniel Arap Moi will not change his position blocking condom distribution, a stance that continues to draw fire from local activists
(see Poz, opposite).

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Giving condoms to teens in sex ed was more successful than an abstinence-only curriculum and did not contribute to youth having sex sooner, according to an American Medical Association committee.

Rep. Richard Gephardt (D-MO) announced in December that the U.S. will contribute $9 million to South African AIDS programs in 2000, four times the amount given last year.

Kenya’s government announced the formation of a National AIDS Council and will start education programs in schools and colleges later this year (see Neg, opposite).




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