If this were not the case, then the data coming out of countries such as Uganda would lead people like Knox to be more supportive of abstinence and fidelity programs in Africa rather than dismissing them as harmful. [...] the debate over condoms in Africa actually exemplifies a much deeper and fundamental conflict - it is not dogma against science, but dogma against dogma Think of each side as an argument about the way in which human life should be lived.\n This potential has an even greater chance at being actualized if the rest of the world will stand with the men and women of Africa to help them rid tfieir communities of the sexual practices that are causing them so much harm.
IT'S A DOGMA EAT DOGMA WORLD Christopher Gross; Patrick Looby USA Today; Mar 2010; 138, 2778; Docstoc pg. 64 Reproduced with permission of the copyright
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