San francisco chronicle letters to the editor published in response to the article on the impact of the lovelife campaign to prevent hiv / aids

An article in the San Francisco Chronicle, author of the artist Rena Singer discussed last week … lovelife, South Africa, national HIV prevention program for adolescents and one of the largest programs of HIV / AIDS in the world (Kaiser Daily HIV / AIDS, 15.08). The Chronicle on Sunday published three letters to the editor in response to this article. The letters are explained below: BRDaV Harrison, CEOs love life, writes that the article is unilateral and does not understand the complexity of HIV prevention in generalized epidemics, and makes assumptions based on factual errors, including the declaration that HIV testing is not the love of youth centers.Harrison said there had been changes in sexual behavior have been since the beginning of the love life, and there is apositive correlation between participation in loveLife and rates of HIV (Harrison, San Francisco Chronicle 21.08). BRBRSinger said in a letter she sticks to her story and said some of the facts in question in the paragraphs of the story, because the room was (Singer, San Francisco Chronicle, 21.08) cut into account. BRBRCarl Bell – President and CEO of Community Mental Health Council in Chicago, the prevention of HIV in South Africa – said he had serious doubts, because he is not satisfied [lovelife] works, and adds that it is difficult for you to finance more effective prevention programs in South Africa due to a love life (Bell, San Francisco Chronicle, 21.08) is thrilled.
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