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Most babies with AIDS are born to mothers or fathers who have shot drugs

Rockville, Md. : National Institute on Drug Abuse, 198-

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : b&w ; 28 x 22 cm.

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White poster with black lettering. Title at top of poster. Visual image is a reproduction of a b&w photo of a baby carriage and an I.V. stand. The tubing from the I.V. stand disappears into the carriage. Caption below photo stresses possibility of AIDS transmission between sexual partners, especially I.V. drug users, and future offspring. Note below caption also includes phone number for treatment hotline. Publisher information at bottom of poster. Poster also stamped with the address for the Washington Area Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse.

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<p>White poster with black lettering.  Title at top of poster.  Visual image is a reproduction of a b&w photo of a baby carriage and an I.V. stand.  The tubing from the I.V. stand disappears into the carriage.  Caption below photo stresses possibility of AIDS transmission between sexual partners, especially I.V. drug users, and future offspring.  Note below caption also includes phone number for treatment hotline.  Publisher information at bottom of poster.  Poster also stamped with the address for the Washington Area Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse.</p>
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Most babies with AIDS are born to mothers or fathers who have shot drugs

Rockville, Md. : National Institute on Drug Abuse, 198-

<p>White poster with black lettering.  Title at top of poster.  Visual image is a reproduction of a b&w photo of a baby carriage and an I.V. stand.  The tubing from the I.V. stand disappears into the carriage.  Caption below photo stresses possibility of AIDS transmission between sexual partners, especially I.V. drug users, and future offspring.  Note below caption also includes phone number for treatment hotline.  Publisher information at bottom of poster.  Poster also stamped with the address for the Washington Area Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : b&w ; 28 x 22 cm.

ABSTRACT

White poster with black lettering. Title at top of poster. Visual image is a reproduction of a b&w photo of a baby carriage and an I.V. stand. The tubing from the I.V. stand disappears into the carriage. Caption below photo stresses possibility of AIDS transmission between sexual partners, especially I.V. drug users, and future offspring. Note below caption also includes phone number for treatment hotline. Publisher information at bottom of poster. Poster also stamped with the address for the Washington Area Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse.

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