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Barajamela mas despacio : como se contagia el sida?

Mexico : CONASIDA, 19--

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col. ; 25 x 47 cm.

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Predominantly orange poster with multicolor lettering. All text on right side of poster. Title at top. Caption below lists several ways in which AIDS is transmitted, including sex with an infected person, blood transfusion with contaminated blood, using unsterile needles, and passing from mother to fetus. Note states that AIDS is not a question of luck, but of life or death. Publisher information in lower right corner. Visual image is an illustration of a hand holding three playing cards. The top card bears a picture of a man; the others appear to depict a skull and crossbones and a woman.

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<p>Predominantly orange poster with multicolor lettering.  All text on right side of poster.  Title at top.  Caption below lists several ways in which AIDS is transmitted, including sex with an infected person, blood transfusion with contaminated blood, using unsterile needles, and passing from mother to fetus.  Note states that AIDS is not a question of luck, but of life or death.  Publisher information in lower right corner.  Visual image is an illustration of a hand holding three playing cards.  The top card bears a picture of a man; the others appear to depict a skull and crossbones and a woman.</p>
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Barajamela mas despacio : como se contagia el sida?

Mexico : CONASIDA, 19--

<p>Predominantly orange poster with multicolor lettering.  All text on right side of poster.  Title at top.  Caption below lists several ways in which AIDS is transmitted, including sex with an infected person, blood transfusion with contaminated blood, using unsterile needles, and passing from mother to fetus.  Note states that AIDS is not a question of luck, but of life or death.  Publisher information in lower right corner.  Visual image is an illustration of a hand holding three playing cards.  The top card bears a picture of a man; the others appear to depict a skull and crossbones and a woman.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col. ; 25 x 47 cm.

ABSTRACT

Predominantly orange poster with multicolor lettering. All text on right side of poster. Title at top. Caption below lists several ways in which AIDS is transmitted, including sex with an infected person, blood transfusion with contaminated blood, using unsterile needles, and passing from mother to fetus. Note states that AIDS is not a question of luck, but of life or death. Publisher information in lower right corner. Visual image is an illustration of a hand holding three playing cards. The top card bears a picture of a man; the others appear to depict a skull and crossbones and a woman.

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