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Why there's a connection between sexually transmitted disease and AIDS
  • Published Date:
    1989
  • Language:
    English
Filetype[JPEG - 5.98 MB]


Why there's a connection between sexually transmitted disease and AIDS
Details:
  • Series:
    CDC National AIDS Clearinghouse, Catalog of HIV and AIDS education and prevention materials (September 1994) ; order number P151
    America responds to AIDS
  • Document Type:
  • Description:
    Boy leaning against locker with books. English. A/B=Yellowing.uncut.

    "Simple. The same type of secually behavior that can infect you with gonorrhea, genital herpes, syphilis, and other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) can also infect you with something else ... the AIDS virus."

    "You get STDs by having sex with someone who is infected. That's bad enough."

    "But if you continue the same unprotected secual behavior, you could get something you can't cure. AIDS."

    "If you'd like more information on the relationship between AIDS and sexually transmitted diseases, call the National AIDS Hotline. 1-800-342-AIDS. The hotline for the hearing impaired is 1-800-AIDS-TTY."

    Order number: P151 (English). CDC National AIDS Clearinghouse, Catalog of HIV and AIDS education and prevention materials September 1994, p. 21.

    This poster depicts a teenage male at his school locker and warns that the same sexual behavior that transmits sexually transmitted diseases can also transmit the AIDS virus.

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