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What kind of mother could give her baby HIV? an untested one.
Contributor (Organization):
Maryland. AIDS Administration.
Subject (Genre):
Subject (MeSH Term):
HIV Infections prevention & control
Subject (MeSH Term):
Pregnancy Complications, Infectious prevention & control
Subject (MeSH Term):
Infant Welfare
Subject (Geographic Name):
Publication Information:
Maryland : AIDS Administration, DHMH, [19--?]
Publication Country:
United States
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Physical Description:
1 photomechanical print (poster) : col. ; 61 x 46 cm.
Image Description:
Black and white poster with white and black lettering, illustrated with a close-up, poster-size photograph of a baby girl. The words "Get Tested Now" are set in white within a red box. Informational telephone numbers appear at the bottom.
Note (General):
Picture caption: HIV is one thing you don't have to pass along to your child. Because now there are treatments to avoid it. But you must get tested early. Live long. Live strong. Get tested. HIV? Get tested now.
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What kind of mother could give her baby HIV? an untested one.