If your man is dabbling in drugs, he could be dabbling with your life
Corporate Authors:National AIDS Clearinghouse (U.S.) ; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.) ;
Series:America responds to AIDS
Description:African-American woman with cup of coffee. Black and white photo.
"Shooting up or skin popping, if your man is sharing needles he could get the AIDS virus and bring it home to you. So if if he's running with the drug crowd, even if it's onlu on the weekends, you need to talk to him. Try to get him into counseling. Insist that he wear a condom every time you have sex. And if he's not listeining to you ... do something to save your life. Leave."
"For more information about AIDS call ... 1-800-243-7889. U.S. Government Printing Office: 1993-0-738-391"
Black woman with cup of coffee. Black and white photo. Description of needle sharing.
Order number: P081. CDC National AIDS Clearinghouse, Catalog of HIV and AIDS education and prevention materials September 1994, p. 32.
"Featuring a young African-American women, this poster discusses the relationship between HIC and drugs and what to do if your sexual partner is injecting drugs."
22 x 16
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