APHA issues statement recommending improved safety for workers in adult film industry In a newly published position paper on its website, the American Open public Health Association , the oldest and most diverse organization of general public medical researchers in the world representing over 50, 000 health others and professionals who work to promote health, prevent disease and make sure conditions in which all can be healthy and safe, has issued a thorough policy statement, ‘Prevention and Control of Sexually Transmitted Infections and HIV among Performers in the Adult Film Industry,’ which includes some recommendations designed to foster improved protection and place of work conditions for workers in the adult film industry http://www.suhagrarx.com/ .

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