From the Editor

Ducharme, Stanley H.
March 1998
Sexuality & Disability;Mar1998, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
Introduces the 1998 Volume 16 Number 1 issue of "Sexuality and Disability" which focused on education and training in sexuality and disability. Profile on Tom Medlar who edited the sexuality and disability issue; Author's participation in the first congress on sexuality and disability in 1997 in Mexico City.


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