Sexually transmitted diseases (Captioned)

Australia, 1982

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With the exception of influenza and the common cold, sexually transmitted diseases are the most widely spread of infectious diseases. However, most can be cured if treated in the early stages. Examines how STD’s are transmitted, those most at risk, symptoms and treatment. NB.: Contains explicit medical photographs and scenes of medical procedures. It is essential that this program be viewed by teachers to assess suitability before screening.


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Tasmania. Dept. of Health Services

Tasmanian Film Corporation







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