"HIV testing scared the hell out of me." "I found out knowing is better than not knowing."
HIV testing scared the hell out of me. I found out knowing is better than not knowing
"Every day, more and more people are learning to live with HIV. People are finding ways to stay healthier, strengthen their immune systems, develope positive attitidues. They've found that proper diet, moderate exercise, even stress management can help. And now, early medical intervention could put time on your side. Today, HIV positive doesn't mean you have to give up. So the sooner you take control, the better. For more information on living with HIV, we urge you to call the number below ... anonymously, if you wish.""1-800-HIV-INFO. Living with HIV. The sooner you take control the better.""Brought to you as a public service by the Health Information Network, and American Academy of Dermitology, American Academy of Family Physicians, American College of General Practioners in Osteopathing Medicine and Surgery, American Osteopathing Association, American Social Health Association, National Association of People with AIDS, and Burroughs Wellcome Co."
Large black-and-white photograph of a man on a park bench, and smaller inset photograph of the man on a bicycle.
AIDS Education Collection
AIDS (Disease)--TestingAIDS phobiaBicyclesBlacksHIV (Viruses)--Social aspectsHIV-positive persons
Health Information Network
61.0cm x 46.0cm
University of Rochester, River Campus Libraries, Department of Rare Books, Special Collections & Preservation
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