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Stop worrying about how you won't get AIDS and worry about how you can

Atlanta, Ga. : Centers for Disease Control, 198-

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : b&w ; 56 x 41 cm.

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White poster with black lettering. Poster is all text. Upper portion of poster features a list of ways in which AIDS is not transmitted, including all kinds of everyday contact (e.g., a kiss, a public pool), acts of compassion (e.g., talking, listening), and common myths (e.g., a mosquito bite, donating blood). Title in center of poster. Text below title lists ways in which AIDS is transmitted: sex with an infected partner, sharing needles with an infected person, and being born to an infected mother. Note near bottom of poster, presented as a logo.

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<p>White poster with black lettering.  Poster is all text.  Upper portion of poster features a list of ways in which AIDS is not transmitted, including all kinds of everyday contact (e.g., a kiss, a public pool), acts of compassion (e.g., talking, listening), and common myths (e.g., a mosquito bite, donating blood).  Title in center of poster.  Text below title lists ways in which AIDS is transmitted:  sex with an infected partner, sharing needles with an infected person, and being born to an infected mother.  Note near bottom of poster, presented as a logo.</p>
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Stop worrying about how you won't get AIDS and worry about how you can

Atlanta, Ga. : Centers for Disease Control, 198-

<p>White poster with black lettering.  Poster is all text.  Upper portion of poster features a list of ways in which AIDS is not transmitted, including all kinds of everyday contact (e.g., a kiss, a public pool), acts of compassion (e.g., talking, listening), and common myths (e.g., a mosquito bite, donating blood).  Title in center of poster.  Text below title lists ways in which AIDS is transmitted:  sex with an infected partner, sharing needles with an infected person, and being born to an infected mother.  Note near bottom of poster, presented as a logo.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : b&w ; 56 x 41 cm.

ABSTRACT

White poster with black lettering. Poster is all text. Upper portion of poster features a list of ways in which AIDS is not transmitted, including all kinds of everyday contact (e.g., a kiss, a public pool), acts of compassion (e.g., talking, listening), and common myths (e.g., a mosquito bite, donating blood). Title in center of poster. Text below title lists ways in which AIDS is transmitted: sex with an infected partner, sharing needles with an infected person, and being born to an infected mother. Note near bottom of poster, presented as a logo.

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