Most babies with AIDS are born to mothers or fathers who have shot drugs
"Babies infected with AIDS don't live very long. How would you feel if your baby was born to die? If you or your sex partner ever shot drugs and you want a baby, first get the AIDS test, both of you. Protect your baby. Don't get pregnant unless you're sure both of you aren't infected.If either of you ever shot drugs or had sex with someone who did, use condoms to help protect you and your sex partner from AIDS. And get into treatment. Now more than ever treatment could save your baby's life as well as your own.Stop shooting up AIDS. Get into drug treatment."
Photograph of a baby carriage with an IV pole holding some fluid being directed into the baby carriage.
AIDS Education Collection
Stop Shooting Up AIDS
AIDS (Disease) in infantsAIDS (Disease)--TransmissionDrug abuse
National Institute on Drug Abuse
28.0cm x 21.5cm
University of Rochester, River Campus Libraries, Department of Rare Books, Special Collections & Preservation
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