Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention:The Role of Family (cont.)
Moderator: As we near the end of our session, do you have a closing message for our viewers?
Huberman: Take this opportunity during the month of May to think about your own life, the life of your children and family, and what you can do to make it a world where no young person would have to face pregnancy or a STD. In my experience of working with teens, many had these things happen to them, there were no good solutions. I also worked with teens who felt very good about their relationship and their decision. I want to applaud those children and their families.
Moderator: Thank you for joining us, Barbara. WebMD members, please join us every Friday at 9 pm EDT here in the Sexual Health Auditorium for our live weekly event.
Huberman: You're welcome. I love doing it.
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