Dr. Heather Howard discusses communication about sexually transmitted infections during this six-minute video. She recognizes that the conversation may not be an easy one, but she suggests various ways to prepare for – and know when to have – it. Dr. Howard also notes some statistics, perspectives on protection and risk reduction, and methods of support.
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