Difficult, but Necessary Conversations About Your Teen, Sex, and Cancer

Dr. Lamourelle with Michael T. Brady, MD, Kathryn Stamoulis

Many parents are reluctant to talk to their tweens and teens about sex, cancer and the HPV. The need to have this discussion is often complicated by the misinformation about the HPV vaccine. In this segment we attempt to give parents some needed help with this difficult issue.

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January 27, 2014
Episode Guests
Michael T. Brady, MD, is a member of the Division of Infectious Diseases at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. Kathryn Stamoulis is a counselor and educational psychologist residing in New York City. She specializes in adolescent development, specifically adolescent sexuality and internet behaviors. She teaches Tweens & Teens at Temple University and her blog, The New Teen Age, at PsychologyToday.com, covers the latest in adolescent research and trends.
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