Published in AIDS Weekly, June 24th, 1996
The condoms have a diameter 0.15 inch (four mm) smaller than the normal 2.1 inches (53 mm), the spokesman said.
The Lair Guerra de Macedo, head of the Brazilian government's AIDS prevention program was quoted as saying Brazil's teenagers were having more sex than before and needed to be included in the condom distribution plan.
"We have detected that underage sex is on the increase and we have to alert young people of the need for safe sex," de Macedo said....
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