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Stop worrying about how you won't get AIDS and start worrying about how you can
  • Published Date:
    1991
  • Language:
    English
Filetype[JPEG - 6.08 MB]


Stop worrying about how you won't get AIDS and start worrying about how you can
Details:
  • Series:
    CDC National AIDS Clearinghouse, Catalog of HIV and AIDS education and prevention materials (September 1994) ; order number P110
    America responds to AIDS
  • Document Type:
  • Description:
    Sentences about how to not get AIDS.

    "You won't get AIDS from everyday contact.

    You won't get AIDS from being a friend.

    You won't get AIDS from a mosquito bite.

    You won't get AIDS from a kiss.

    You won't get AIDS by talking.

    You won't get AIDS by listening.

    You won't get AIDS from a public pool.

    You won't get AIDS from a pimple.

    You won't get AIDS from a toilet seat.

    You won't get AIDS from a haircut.

    You won't get AIDS by donating blood.

    You won't get AIDS from an airplane.

    You won't get AIDS from tears.

    You won't get AIDS from food.

    You won't get AIDS from a hug.

    You won't get AIDS from a towel.

    You won't get AIDS from a telephone.

    You won't get AIDS from a crowded room."

    "You won't get AIDS from an elevator.

    You won't get AIDS from a greasy spoon.

    You won't get AIDS from a bump.

    You won't get AIDS by laughing.

    You won't get AIDS by watching a movie.

    You won't get AIDS from a cat.

    You won't get AIDS from a schoolyard.

    You won't get AIDS from going to a party.

    You won't get AIDS from taking a trip.

    You won't get AIDS from a dog bite.

    You won't get AIDS from visiting a city.

    You won't get AIDS from a cab.

    You won't get AIDS from a bus.

    You won't get AIDS at a play.

    You won't get AIDS by dancing.

    You won't get AIDS because someone is different from you.

    You won't get AIDS from a classroom."

    "You can get AIDS from sexual intercourse with an infected partner.

    You can get AIDS from sharing drug needles with an infected person.

    You can get AIDS by being born to an infected mother."

    "National AIDS Hotline 1-800-342-AIDS.

    Servicio en Espanol 1-800-344-7692

    TTY Deaf Access 1-800-243-7889"

    Order number: P110. CDC National AIDS Clearinghouse, Catalog of HIV and AIDS education and prevention materials September 1994, p. 14

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