Listen to the plea from students about HIV/AIDS: `Educate us'

Billings, Judith A.
June 1996
AIDS Patient Care & STDs;Jun96, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p180
Academic Journal
Emphasizes the importance for students to be educated concerning HIV/AIDS. Role of the youth in the prevention of HIV/AIDS; Need for teacher preparedness concerning the topic; Complacent attitudes of some people concerning HIV/AIDS; Increasing number of schools offering courses concerning HIV/AIDS.


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