Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Chlamydia outbreak Crane High School Texas

CRANE, TX (KWES/CNN) - A small high school in West Texas is changing their sex-ed curriculum after a chlamydia outbreak.
Crane High School said 20 students out of its student body of about 300 have the sexually transmitted disease.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention called it "epidemic proportions."
Monday school district officials met to discuss their three-day course on abstinence. They now want to include a discussion on the risks of STDs.
Last week the school sent letters home to parents, letting them know about the problem.

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