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The Next Generation of Sexual Health Interventions

June 11, 2010

A PLoS Medicine Comment discusses the findings of a study that showed a 15-year adolescent sexual and reproductive health (SRH) intervention in Tanzania did not significantly reduce HIV prevalence among participants. The aritlce calls the results "very disappointing" and asks "what are the implications for the next generation of sexual health interventions?" The comment also addresses some reasons why the program was ineffective (Jewkes, 6/8).

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