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Local Teachers' Union Publication What You Can Do to Help Stop the Proposed Pro-Homosexuality Programs Students Given Graphic Instruction in Homosexual Sex Questions That Proponents of GSAs Need to Be Asked " Challenging Homophobia in Schools: A Critical Review As the government of British Columbia in the fall of 2011 negotiates with teachers, will they give consideration to the rights of parents or only to monetary issues?
Sean Murphy is associated with the Catholic Civil Rights League, but what he has to say in this video should be heard far beyond the Roman Catholic community.(British Columbia Parents and Teachers for Life is not affiliated with any denomination or faith group, but is committed to the defence of parental. Director, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention This week marks 30 years since the first report of a mysterious and deadly new syndrome that would come to be known as AIDS was published in CDC's Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR).
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Far too many Americans underestimate their risk of infection or believe HIV is no longer a serious health threat, but they must understand that HIV remains an incurable infection. CDC released data today showing that the number of Americans living with HIV continued to increase by more than 71,000 people between 20, mainly due to treatments which allow those infected with HIV to live longer, healthier lives.