This is the way many people deal with HIV
Corporate Authors:National AIDS Clearinghouse (U.S.) ; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.) ; Georgia. Department of Human Resources.
Series:CDC National AIDS Clearinghouse, Catalog of HIV and AIDS education and prevention materials (September 1994) ; order number P552
America responds to AIDS
We can stop AIDS. We must
Description:A man with his hands over his face, a woman with her hands covering her ears and another man with his hands covering his mouth with a message about how HIV is communicated; a poster from the America responds to Aids advertising campaign.
"A lot of people don't think they have to worry about HIV. But the truth is, anyone can get HIV infection if they are sharing drug needles and syringes or having sex with an infected person. HIV infection can happen if you take chances and pretend they don't exist. There are some general rules. Never share drug needles and syringes. And unless you're sure your partner isn't infected, don't take a change. Or at least use a latex condom, correctly, everytime your have sex. Understand HIV and AIDS. AIDS Information Line. 1-800-551-2728."
Photo: see, hear, speak no evil. Yellowed rules about getting AIDS.
"An Hispanic man, pictured with his wife and two children, describes how his love for his family has caused him to give up behaviour that could place him at risk for AIDS." - CDC National AIDS Clearinghouse, Catalog of HIV and AIDS education and prevention materials September 1994, p. 15. Order number: P552.
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