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Doctors call for teens to have better access to sexual healthcare

Doctors have called for more inclusive and more extensive sexual health education for teenagers, after a spike in syphilis notifications, plus failings in current education. 

A 2013 La Trobe University survey found almost half the young people surveyed didn't think their school's sexual education was relevant. 

They said it didn't involve relationship advice and ignored same-sex issues.

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