Educating Youth on HIV/AIDS and Sexuality -- UC San Francisco Launches www.whatudo.org

October 2001
Ascribe Newswire: Health;10/18/2001, p5
The article reports on the launch of HIV/AIDS Web site by the San Francisco, California-based University of California's web team to educate youth about the disease and other topics relating to sex and sexuality. The Web site also includes interviews and profiles of a variety of young people from the San Francisco Bay Area, California who are involved in HIV prevention and support groups.


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