Connell, Elizabeth B.; Jacobson, Linbania
September 1971
American Journal of Public Health;Sep1971, Vol. 61 Issue 9, p1840
Academic Journal
Sex education for teenagers pregnant out of wedlock is needed. Data for such programs was collected and the information is presented. Areas on which emphasis should be placed in developing programs and educational materials are identified.


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