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1. What percentage of teen parents live in poverty?
Is it 75 percent??

2. How can you get HIV?
Unprotected sex, anal, oral, vaginal.

3. What are the other methods of transmission of HIV?
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Can someone check over my answers and help me with number 3?

Thanks very much.

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