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You can't get AIDS by-- : you can get AIDS by--.

St. Paul, Minn. : American Health Care Association, c1989.

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col. ; 56 x 43 cm.

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The poster shows the hand and arm of a Native American person holding a wooden stick with decorative feathers and beads hanging from it. The remainder of the poster and the background are out of focus, but show enough detail to suggest Native American artifacts. The top part of the poster lists the ways AIDS is not spread--hugging, kissing, mosquito bites, touching, sharing glasses and plates, sneezes, donating blood, and receiving tested blood. The bottom portion lists the ways AIDS is spread--unsafe sex, infected mother to unborn child, and sharing needles.

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<p>The poster shows the hand and arm of a Native American person holding a wooden stick with decorative feathers and beads hanging from it. The remainder of the poster and the background are out of focus, but show enough detail to suggest Native American artifacts. The top part of the poster lists the ways AIDS is not spread--hugging, kissing, mosquito bites, touching, sharing glasses and plates, sneezes, donating blood, and receiving tested blood. The bottom portion lists the ways AIDS is spread--unsafe sex, infected mother to unborn child, and sharing needles.</p>
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You can't get AIDS by-- : you can get AIDS by--.

St. Paul, Minn. : American Health Care Association, c1989.

<p>The poster shows the hand and arm of a Native American person holding a wooden stick with decorative feathers and beads hanging from it. The remainder of the poster and the background are out of focus, but show enough detail to suggest Native American artifacts. The top part of the poster lists the ways AIDS is not spread--hugging, kissing, mosquito bites, touching, sharing glasses and plates, sneezes, donating blood, and receiving tested blood. The bottom portion lists the ways AIDS is spread--unsafe sex, infected mother to unborn child, and sharing needles.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col. ; 56 x 43 cm.

ABSTRACT

The poster shows the hand and arm of a Native American person holding a wooden stick with decorative feathers and beads hanging from it. The remainder of the poster and the background are out of focus, but show enough detail to suggest Native American artifacts. The top part of the poster lists the ways AIDS is not spread--hugging, kissing, mosquito bites, touching, sharing glasses and plates, sneezes, donating blood, and receiving tested blood. The bottom portion lists the ways AIDS is spread--unsafe sex, infected mother to unborn child, and sharing needles.

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