On the wrong track
Corporate Authors:National AIDS Clearinghouse (U.S.) ; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.) ;
Series:CDC National AIDS Clearinghouse, Catalog of HIV and AIDS education and prevention materials (September 1994) ; order number P149
America responds to AIDS
Description:Black and whitle photo reproduction featuring the interlinked hands and forearms of a male-female couple. The man’s forearm clearly shows "track marks" from injection drug use. Caption to right of photo connects IV drug use and the risk of AIDS and lists options for prevention.
Picture caption: "Anna is going out with a guy who shoots drugs. She is making a big mistake. He could get AIDS by sharing needles, and Anna could get AIDS from him. She has choices: make him stop or get him counseling and drug treatment; get rid of him; or at least make sure that when they have sex, he wears a condom."
Image of hodling hands, arms w/ track marks. Black & white photo. Yellowing.
22 x 16
"A blurred photograph suggests that drugs and alcohol can cloud a young person's thinking and increase the risk of contracing HIV." - CDC National AIDS Clearinghouse, Catalog of HIV and AIDS education and prevention materials September 1994, p. 32, Order number: P149.
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