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The vaccination against human papillomavirus (HPV) reduces the risk of a renewed HPV-associated illness in patients who have already had diseases as a consequence of an HPV infection. That is the result of a study being led by Elmar Joura from the University Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the MedUni Vienna and which has now been published in the http://www.sextoysbrand.com/best-vibrators/clit-vibrators( clit vibrators ) British Medical Journal. It had previously been the view that the HPV vaccination had a purely preventative effect and was also only effective in young women and men.In Austria up to 500 women are diagnosed with invasive cervical cancer each year.
HP viruses are responsible for this in more than 90 percent of cases. According to Statistik Austria, around 150 to 180 women die from the condition every year. According to figures from the World Health Organisation (WHO) for Austria, these numbers are even higher -- with 600 people contracting the illness and around 300 dying from it every year.In Austria, around 6,000 women are admitted to hospitals year after year because the preliminary http://www.sextoysbrand.com/anal-toys( anal sex toys) stages of cervical cancer have to be treated and removed. In addition, according to Joura, there are around 30,000 abnormal smears and around 15,000 people suffer from ge.naughty) masseuse:
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Called the Lone Star Leaders, the program was started by then-Governor George W. Bush to “help young people make right choices about drugs and alcohol, tobacco, sex, crime, civic involvement and school.” The State Board of Education has also engaged in bitter debates over textbooks in an effort to make sure the books were exclusively focused on abstinence and contained no information http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/topic/Sex(sex) about other methods of protection against STDs or unintended pregnancy.
Now, though, many school systems in Texas are steering away from this strict abstinence-until-marriage approach and adopting broader sexuality education curricula. This week, the Spring Branch and Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District, which is in the Houston area, adopted an “abstinence-plus” program created by the University of Texas Prevention Research Center which includes 12 lessons designed to teach seventh graders about contraception, unplanned pregnancy, and condom use.The director of the University of Texas (UT) program who developed the lessons explained: The misperception is that by talking about condoms and contraception and talking about http://www.sextoysbrand.com(SexToysBrand), kids are going to increase their sexual activity; we know definitely that is not true.”
UT received a $15 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to develop and test the curriculum. Thus far it has been used in five Houston schools and been taught to about 20,000 students.Not all parents, however, welcomed the change. At an information session for parents in the Cypress-Fairbanks ISD some said the new program was “against their ‘moral fiber’ and a ‘bad choice’ for students and school districts.” That said, according to a district administrator, 200 parents attended the meeting and fewer than 10 had doubts about the program.The district joins 10 schools http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XeyKsqWIh3I(sexy girl) in Harris County, the KIPP charter school system, and districts in Austin, Corpus Christi, San Antonio, and Plano in having broader sex- education programs.