"Used needles are dangerous, so make them safe. The best idea is to take them to a needle exchange. They'll give you a new supply. Dial 100 and ask for Freephone Drug Problem""Mainliners is supported by the London Boroughs of Lamberth and Southwark."
Photograph of a woman holding a needle and syringe, with line drawing illustrations showing how to dispose of a syringe needle.
AIDS Education Collection
Sound, Smart, Sharp, Clean
AIDS (Disease)--TransmissionDrug abuseHygieneHypodermic syringesNeedle exchange programsWomen
59.0cm 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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