Government initiatives/policies/campaigns/laws/acts to reduce STD's in young people? Watch

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Do you know of any government initiatives/laws/social policies/campaigns/advertising/ acts/guidelines that are 'official' and are attempting to reduce the numbers of Sexually Transmitted diseases in young people??

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Do you know of any government initiatives/laws/social policies/campaigns/advertising/ acts/guidelines that are 'official' and are attempting to reduce the numbers of Sexually Transmitted diseases in young people??

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http://www.dh.gov.uk/en/News/Currentcampaigns/DH_081137

Take a look at that, thats all the up to date nhs campaigns, the condom campaign is on there. From what I know about that intiative, its a government/NHS backed intiative to reduce STD's specifically chlymidia (ive probably spelt that wrong), it promotes the wider use of condoms through posters and radio advertisement.
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Many thanks for your help everyone.
Got 69 out of 80 so far, last year 64 was an A.
I still have corrections to do - so it's looking good!
Thanks again.
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