When you share needles you could be shooting up AIDS
"People who shoot drugs can get AIDS from sharing needles.If the needle or cooker has been contaminated you could be infected.You can't tell if the AIDS virus is on the needle just by looking.You can't tell a person has the AIDS virus just by looking.There is no cure for AIDS. It's a slow, painful, ugly way to die.If you can't stop shooting up, get into treatment before you shoot up AIDS.Stop shooting up AIDS. Get into drug treatment."
Photograph of one hand holding a needle and the other hand holding a bottle cap fashioned into a cooker for drugs.
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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