The Washington Times:

“Three Maryland researchers have admitted fabricating interviews with teenagers for a study on AIDS prevention that received more than $1 million in federal funds. ….The study involved “817 black youths aged 12 to 16 years,” and found that youth whose families participated in the enhanced Focus on Kids program showed “significantly lower rates” for a variety of risk behaviors, including sex without condoms and use of cigarettes and alcohol.
The Focus on Kids program is a widely used “safe sex” curriculum advertised by its publisher, ETR Associates, as “proven effective.”

So, this is all a lie? Who’d have thought?

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