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One of the main aims of venereal disease education is to encourage the use ofprophylactic techniques by sexually-active persons. To do this educators must convey information about prophylaxis that is relevant. This study was designed to assess the knowledge, attitude, and behaviour regarding prophylaxis of a group of 200 American adolescent girls. The findings suggest areas of prophylaxis that should be emphasised and ways that might encourage the acceptance and use of prophylactic measures.doi:10.1136/sti.53.2.135 fatcat:mmflbkyomngtzaafszfphft4ie