"Almost all babies with AIDS have mommas who shoot up or who sleep with men who have shot up. Babies with AIDS can't live very long.""If you or your partner ever shot drugs, even if it was only once, you probably shared needles or works.""Many drug users have gotten AIDS that way and passed it on to their babies.""If you want a baby, you and your sex partner should have the AIDS test first, before you get pregnant. Until then, help protect yourself and your partner from AIDS by using condoms.""Protect your baby. Get into treatment. The sooner you stop shooting drugs the safer you and your baby will be.""Stop shooting up AIDS. Get into drug treatment. Call 1-800 662 HELP.""A public service of the National Institute on Drug Abuse, Department of Health and Human Services."