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US eyes limits on AIDS education

Agencies worry efforts will suffer

By Stephen Smith
Globe Staff / September 20, 2004

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As HIV infections start to climb again among gay men and young adults, the federal government is moving to impose restrictions on AIDS education that would require campaigns to discuss the "lack of effectiveness" of condoms and subject explicit materials to high-level scrutiny from state public health authorities -- measures that critics argue would impede efforts to prevent the disease. (Full Article: 1201 Words)

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