How AIDS multiplies
"Research proves that most people with AIDS probably don't know they have it. That's why the risk is so high for those people sharing needles or practicing unsafe sex - two proven ways of becoming infected.Think about this: Men can get AIDS from other men. Men can give AIDS to women. Women can give AIDS to other women or men. Women can even pass AIDS on to their unborn babies.And so it goes.When you make intimate love and exchange bodily fluids with a new sexual partner... you're also making love and exchanging bodily fluids with every other sexual partner that person has made love to in the last six months to five years. Scary? You bet it is.Don't risk becoming part of the AIDS chain. Get the facts. Call or write today for your free copy of AIDS. Facts. Not Fiction.AIDS. Know the facts... be part of the solution."
Text with an illustration of a syringe and gender symbols.
AIDS Education Collection
Drug abuseGay menHypodermic syringesPregnancySigns and symbols
Health Issues Task Force of Cleveland
Cleveland, Ohio, USA
55.0cm x 43.5cm
University of Rochester, River Campus Libraries, Department of Rare Books, Special Collections & Preservation
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