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Lesson 9

Lesson 9

Lesson 9: Protect Yourself: STIs and HIV/AIDS

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How to use condom
HIV and AIDs thin line icons set: safe sex, blood transfusion, syringe, antiviral drugs, physical examination, AIDs ribbon, blood test, microscope, genetic engeering. Modern vector illustration.

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Quiz for Lesson 9

Quiz for Lesson 9

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9.1. How do you know if you have an STI?

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9.2. Which is method being more appropriate to avoid HIV/AIDS and STIs?

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9.3. What to do if you are HIV-positive?

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9.4. What you have to do if you are HIV-negative? Explain your thought clearly.

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9.5. How do we help people living with HIV/AIDS?

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9.6. How STIs and rape increase the risk of HIV transmission;

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9.7. Taking a blood test is the only way to find out whether someone is infected with HIV.

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9.8. How STIs and rape increase the risk of HIV transmission;

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9.9. List four high-risk behaviors for HIV transmission and two low-risk sexual practices

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9.10. List four high-risk behaviors for HIV transmission and two low-risk sexual practices

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