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Centers for Disease Control CDCwhich were mandated to include promotion of monogamy in its messages. And it worked, albeit with widely varying degrees of success. This triple approach has also had some utility for sexually active heterosexual adults and adolescents, largely in the West, and for sex workers and their clients in many countries. For people with multiple sex partners by choice, HIV risks can