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A New Game Developed at Yale Could Save A Life

An iPad game is under development at Yale that will hopefully work to help prevent HIV infection in young people.

Scientists want to engage kids between the ages of 11 to 14 to play the game called  Playforward so they’ll learn to make good choices in life and avoid risky behaviors.

Lynn Fiellin explains scientists and commercial game developers are getting local kids involved to help make this game so that it hits home with the age group of those who will play it.

For more information on this important “play to prevent” game you can go to Play2Prevent.com