Most people find it difficult to talk about (AIDS)
Most people find it difficult to talk about AIDS
"Most people find it difficult to talk about AIDS. But one of the best ways to protect yourself against AIDS is to do exactly that. If AIDS doesn't affect you, then it affects your family. If AIDS doesn't affect your family, it affects your friends. When we stop hiding from AIDS, we start learning how to deal with it. The more you know, the less the risk."
Black text on yellow background with the word AIDS crossed out each time it appears.
AIDS Education Collection
Community health servicesConversation
Hong Kong. Department of Health. AIDS Unit
84.5cm x 59.5cm
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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