Many people are worried about the risk of H-I-V and AIDS simply because they don't know the facts [...] share the facts, not the fiction.
Many people are worried about the risk of HIV and AIDS simply because they don't know the facts [...] share the facts, not the fiction
"Many people are worried about the risk of H-I-V and AIDS simply because they don't know the facts. Remember - H-I-V, the virus that cause AIDS, can transmitted in three main ways: 1. Through sexual intercourse without using a condom. 2. By sharing a with someone who has the virus. 3. From an infected mother to her unborn . You cannot get H-I-V through ordinary, everyday contact, which means H-I-V is not spread by ing facilities, by sharing , , or , by sharing or clothes, by , from seats, or or , or mosquitos."
Text with images interspersed, describing what HIV/AIDS is, how it is transmitted and how it can be avoided.
AIDS Education Collection
Share the facts, not the fiction.
AIDS (Disease) in infantsAIDS (Disease)--TransmissionFood habitsHeterosexualsHypodermic syringesInsectsMothersSafe sex in AIDS preventionSex
Health Education Authority
59.5cm x 42.0cm
University of Rochester, River Campus Libraries, Department of Rare Books, Special Collections & Preservation
[Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
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