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  • IMP students to talk about sex in latest Let's Talk Science presentation

    Sep 19, 2017 | Posted by: Rhys Mahannah

    lts: sex

    In the latest Let's Talk Science, IMP students will be talking about sex. Click here to see the poster.

    Did you know?

    • 1 in 2 sexually active people will contract an STI by the age of 25.
    • Many STIs do not have obvious symptoms.
    • Many women are opting for less effective birth control. What options are available? What type of contraception is right for you?
    • Men are now able to get the HPV vaccine.

    Join second-year UBC Island Medical Program students Amy Kim, Laila Drabkin, Kaity Lalonde, and Brianna Crighton in an open conversation. We’ll discuss different STIs and how to protect yourself, contraceptive methods, and more. Let’s talk about sex!

    Time: 6:00 to 8:00pm
    When: Thursday, October 12
    Where: UVic, Medical Sciences Building, Room 150

    This presentation is free and open to everyone.