Sharing needles can get you more than high. It can get you AIDS
"You can't tell if someone has the AIDS virus just by looking.""You can't tell if needles or works are infected just be looking.""When you shoot drugs and share needles or works you could get AIDS. Even if you think your drug-sharing partners are clean, if the AIDS virus is present it could be passed on to you.""AIDS is not pretty. It is a long, slow, painful way to die. Do the right thing. Get into treatment. It's the best way to make sure you don't shoot up AIDS.""Stop shooting up AIDS. Get into treatment. Call 1-800 662 HELP."
Photograph of hands, one handing a syringe to the other.
AIDS Education Collection
Stop Shooting Up AIDS
Drug abuseHypodermic syringes
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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