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  • Rand Wise
    We should also note that Liz Bell is our anal sex expert for those of you with questions on this matter. Don t believe me- check it out for yourself in an old
    Message 1 of 3 , Dec 1, 2000
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      We should also note that Liz Bell is our anal sex expert for those of you
      with questions on this matter. Don't believe me- check it out for yourself
      in an old issue of SELF magazine (I forgot which issue-sometime after MAR 97).

      It's really fun to introduce Liz at parties.


      Deb

      At 10:31 AM 12/01/2000 -0800, you wrote:
      >Thanks Scott for your information. It helped make some sense of statistics
      (or at least understand some of the discrepancies). One question because I
      always heard the figures 30+% in cities and l7% in rural areas from the
      time we started training...as I remember those were given as adults of
      reproductive age and based on the QECH prenatal studies. Was there validity
      to those figures?
      >
      >Liz...As a physical therapist and a person who grew up in the time of U.S.
      polio epidemics I've been really interested in the worldwide polio
      eradication programs and have heard varying reports about success. The most
      promising was that there were just a few areas left in India that had
      reports of new cases in the past few years. Have heard, though, that that
      really isn't accurate, that there are still other new cases other places.
      I'm really glad to know you're a person to ask. Cathy
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      ><DIV><FONT size=2>Thanks Scott for your information.  It helped make some
      >sense of statistics (or at least understand some of the discrepancies). 
      >One question because I always heard the figures  30+% in cities and
      l7% in
      >rural areas from the time we started training...as I remember those were given
      >as adults of reproductive age and based on the QECH prenatal studies. 
      Was
      >there validity to those figures?</FONT></DIV>
      ><DIV> </DIV>
      ><DIV><FONT size=2>Liz...As a physical therapist and a person who grew up in
      the
      >time of U.S. polio epidemics I've been really interested in the worldwide
      polio
      >eradication programs and have heard varying reports about
      >success.  The most promising was that there were just a few areas
      left
      >in India that had reports of new cases in the past few years.  Have
      heard,
      >though, that that really isn't accurate, that there are still other new cases
      >other places.  I'm really glad to know you're a person to ask. 
      >Cathy</FONT></DIV>
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    • Bell, Elizabeth
      well i HAVE had diverse and unusual career in public health. but it IS nice to finally have a job i don t have to lie to my grandmother about. ... From: Rand
      Message 2 of 3 , Dec 1, 2000
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        well i HAVE had diverse and unusual career in public health.

        but it IS nice to finally have a job i don't have to lie to my grandmother
        about.

        -----Original Message-----
        From: Rand Wise [mailto:wiserd@...]
        Sent: Friday, December 01, 2000 4:03 PM
        To: ujeni@egroups.com
        Subject: Re: [ujeni] Scott and Liz


        We should also note that Liz Bell is our anal sex expert for those of you
        with questions on this matter. Don't believe me- check it out for yourself
        in an old issue of SELF magazine (I forgot which issue-sometime after MAR
        97).

        It's really fun to introduce Liz at parties.


        Deb

        At 10:31 AM 12/01/2000 -0800, you wrote:
        >Thanks Scott for your information. It helped make some sense of statistics
        (or at least understand some of the discrepancies). One question because I
        always heard the figures 30+% in cities and l7% in rural areas from the
        time we started training...as I remember those were given as adults of
        reproductive age and based on the QECH prenatal studies. Was there validity
        to those figures?
        >
        >Liz...As a physical therapist and a person who grew up in the time of U.S.
        polio epidemics I've been really interested in the worldwide polio
        eradication programs and have heard varying reports about success. The most
        promising was that there were just a few areas left in India that had
        reports of new cases in the past few years. Have heard, though, that that
        really isn't accurate, that there are still other new cases other places.
        I'm really glad to know you're a person to ask. Cathy
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        ><DIV><FONT size=2>Thanks Scott for your information.  It helped make
        some
        >sense of statistics (or at least understand some of the
        discrepancies). 
        >One question because I always heard the figures  30+% in cities and
        l7% in
        >rural areas from the time we started training...as I remember those were
        given
        >as adults of reproductive age and based on the QECH prenatal studies. 
        Was
        >there validity to those figures?</FONT></DIV>
        ><DIV> </DIV>
        ><DIV><FONT size=2>Liz...As a physical therapist and a person who grew up in
        the
        >time of U.S. polio epidemics I've been really interested in the worldwide
        polio
        >eradication programs and have heard varying reports about
        >success.  The most promising was that there were just a few areas
        left
        >in India that had reports of new cases in the past few years.  Have
        heard,
        >though, that that really isn't accurate, that there are still other new
        cases
        >other places.  I'm really glad to know you're a person to ask. 
        >Cathy</FONT></DIV>
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        >
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        Decatur, GA 30033

        Email: wiserd@...
        (404) 327-5765

        See Benjamin at http://sites.netscape.net/randwise/benjamin
        _______________________________________________________________________

        "There is no situation that is not transfigurable."
        - Desmond Tutu
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