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HIV/AIDS can be transmitted through-- : HIV/AIDS is not spread by--

Ibadan Nigeria : Staywell Foundation RTC, 19--?

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col. ; 63 x 45 cm.

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Predominantly white poster with multicolor lettering. Initial title phrase at top of poster on a down-pointing arrow. The arrow points toward illustrations of ways HIV can be transmitted, including a boy and girl preparing to have sex, a man receiving a transfusion, a pregnant woman, and needles and other sharps. Final title phrase in center of poster, on a similar arrow that points to illustrations of everyday activities that do not transmit HIV. Illustrations include a couple eating together, insects, a man sneezing, two people swimming, etc. Publisher and sponsor information at bottom of poster.

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<p>Predominantly white poster with multicolor lettering.  Initial title phrase at top of poster on a down-pointing arrow.  The arrow points toward illustrations of ways HIV can be transmitted, including a boy and girl preparing to have sex, a man receiving a transfusion, a pregnant woman, and needles and other sharps.  Final title phrase in center of poster, on a similar arrow that points to illustrations of everyday activities that do not transmit HIV.  Illustrations include a couple eating together, insects, a man sneezing, two people swimming, etc.  Publisher and sponsor information at bottom of poster.</p>
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HIV/AIDS can be transmitted through-- : HIV/AIDS is not spread by--

Ibadan Nigeria : Staywell Foundation RTC, 19--?

<p>Predominantly white poster with multicolor lettering.  Initial title phrase at top of poster on a down-pointing arrow.  The arrow points toward illustrations of ways HIV can be transmitted, including a boy and girl preparing to have sex, a man receiving a transfusion, a pregnant woman, and needles and other sharps.  Final title phrase in center of poster, on a similar arrow that points to illustrations of everyday activities that do not transmit HIV.  Illustrations include a couple eating together, insects, a man sneezing, two people swimming, etc.  Publisher and sponsor information at bottom of poster.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col. ; 63 x 45 cm.

ABSTRACT

Predominantly white poster with multicolor lettering. Initial title phrase at top of poster on a down-pointing arrow. The arrow points toward illustrations of ways HIV can be transmitted, including a boy and girl preparing to have sex, a man receiving a transfusion, a pregnant woman, and needles and other sharps. Final title phrase in center of poster, on a similar arrow that points to illustrations of everyday activities that do not transmit HIV. Illustrations include a couple eating together, insects, a man sneezing, two people swimming, etc. Publisher and sponsor information at bottom of poster.

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