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U.S., as well as prominent health organizations including the American Medical Association, has denounced abstinence-only programs. For example, a 1997 consensus statement from the National Institutes of Health concluded that legislation discouraging condom use on the grounds that condoms are ineffective “places policy in
consensus of the development group and review committee. The articles were graded by using the National Guidelines Clearinghouse (www.guidelines.gov), Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, USA, level of evidence while the
Table 2. Summary of ACIP recommendations on immunization of health care workers with special conditions 298 Table 3. Summary of suggested work restrictions for health care personnel exposed to or infected with infectious diseases of importance in health care settings, in the absence of state and local regulations 299 Table 4.