Moscow Mayor Announces Ban On Gay Pride Parades will continue, says events contribute to the spread of HIVMoscow Mayor Yury Luzhkov announced on Thursday that the city ban continues Gay Pride parades that could the events contributing to the spread of HIV, RIA Novosti reported. Luzhkov said the city has forbidden and will prohibit the propaganda of sexual minorities turn turn out to be one of the factors which have the spread of HIV infection. added that added that believe[c] ertain homegrown Democrats that sexual minorities can be a primary indicator and symbol of democracy, but we are dissemination of these dissemination of these opinions in the future as well price . , who has been, who has been mayor of Moscow since 1992, although he was aware that the criticism for taking the decision are judged, Every society has its own views. that that Luzhkov has satanic in the past as a gay pride marches and said that in the city never allowed in the city . J. Luzhkov comments have the criticism of Russian gay civil rights as Nikolai Alexeyev, the Mayor comments are contradictory and that countries can fight HIV / AIDS more effective if they communities of men communities of , the who have sex with men drawn, the AP / Boston Herald reports (AP / Boston Herald, Reuters reported that homosexuality in Russia in 1993 in 1993, but tolerance is not widespread (Kilner, Reuters in addition to his in addition to his comments about gay pride parades, Luzhkov also an unreliable an unreliable HIV prevention measure, he said. declare some manufacturers that condoms provide reliable protection against AIDS, but modern science has proven that is not true (RIA Novosti.
Mary Bufwack, Tennessean: ‘. Language barriers have the wrong diagnosis, the wrong medication, unnecessary hospital admissions and out in an emergency, disability, ‘Bufwack, CEO of United Neighborhood Health Services in Nashville, Tennessee, writes in a Tennessean opinion piece. However,’the risk of lack of language services the only the only result in poor health and harm to the individual is not English, ‘she writes, adding: ‘. Whole communities can be put at risk ‘Bufwack writes:’The need for them will continue to grow, ‘adding ,, ‘Rather than wait for each practice and organization in order to solve the problem, we should design and implement effective systems that can be used for all providers of health services at a reasonable cost ‘because the current ‘models are partly expensive and inefficient. ‘After Bufwack, high-quality public’purchasing language services in bulk, all providers, no matter how big or small the volume, have access to quality services at affordable prices. ‘She concludes, ‘Language services are essential for effective and high-quality public health and health care delivery system'(Bufwack, Tennessean, Reprinted with permission from you to the entire Kaiser Daily Health Policy Report indicate, search the archives, or sign up first for e-mail delivery at Kaiser Daily Health Policy Report is for imperial network. A free service of The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation released.
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