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If Mr. Right refuses to wear a condom, he's wrong

Ottawa : Health and Welfare Canada, 1990

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col. ; 60 x 46 cm.

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This is a two-sided poster released for World AIDS Day 1990. It was issued by Health and Welfare Canda as part of its ongoing commitment to the National AIDS Strategy. On the English side there is a heart with an arrow through it. In the center of this heart is the title of the poster. Beneath the heart is written: In Canada, most women who get AIDS get it from having unsafe sex. You may not know whether he's infected. He may not know. Underlined are the words: If you care for one another, take care of one another. The French side is a woman's face and a silhouette of a man's face. The French title is: Un homme et une femme-- un condom. The English translation of the title: A man and a woman-- one condom.

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<p>This is a two-sided poster released for World AIDS Day 1990.  It was issued by Health and Welfare Canda as part of its ongoing commitment to the National AIDS Strategy.  On the English side there is a heart with an arrow through it.  In the center of this heart is the title of the poster.  Beneath the heart is written: In Canada, most women who get AIDS get it from having unsafe sex.  You may not know whether he's infected.  He may not know.  Underlined are the words: If you care for one another, take care of one another.  The French side is a woman's face and a silhouette of a man's face.  The French title is: Un homme et une femme-- un condom.  The English translation of the title: A man and a woman-- one condom.</p>
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If Mr. Right refuses to wear a condom, he's wrong

Ottawa : Health and Welfare Canada, 1990

<p>This is a two-sided poster released for World AIDS Day 1990.  It was issued by Health and Welfare Canda as part of its ongoing commitment to the National AIDS Strategy.  On the English side there is a heart with an arrow through it.  In the center of this heart is the title of the poster.  Beneath the heart is written: In Canada, most women who get AIDS get it from having unsafe sex.  You may not know whether he's infected.  He may not know.  Underlined are the words: If you care for one another, take care of one another.  The French side is a woman's face and a silhouette of a man's face.  The French title is: Un homme et une femme-- un condom.  The English translation of the title: A man and a woman-- one condom.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col. ; 60 x 46 cm.

ABSTRACT

This is a two-sided poster released for World AIDS Day 1990. It was issued by Health and Welfare Canda as part of its ongoing commitment to the National AIDS Strategy. On the English side there is a heart with an arrow through it. In the center of this heart is the title of the poster. Beneath the heart is written: In Canada, most women who get AIDS get it from having unsafe sex. You may not know whether he's infected. He may not know. Underlined are the words: If you care for one another, take care of one another. The French side is a woman's face and a silhouette of a man's face. The French title is: Un homme et une femme-- un condom. The English translation of the title: A man and a woman-- one condom.

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