A woman holding a baby representing women at risk for HIV; as part of the Alberta HIV/AIDS prevention campaigns for young adults. Lithograph by Calder Bateman and Darklight Studios.

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1 print : lithograph ; sheet 43.2 x 27.9 cm

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You don't have to be famous. You only have to be human ... It's funny how democratic a disease can be ... Abtinence remains an option. This message was created as part of the Alberta HIV/AIDS prevention campaigns for young adults. For more information on the campaigns, call the Alberta AIDS Program ... 0836. Funded under the National AIDS Strategy, Health Canada, in partnership with Alberta Health and the Canadian Public Health Association. For more copies: National AIDS Clearinghouse, Canadian Public Health Association, 1565 Carling, Suite 400, Ottawa, ON, K1Z 8R1, Tel: (613) 725-3769, Fax ...

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  • Ottawa (1565 Carling, Suite 400, Ottawa, ON, K1Z 8R1)
  • ([U.S.A.]

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  • National Aids Clearing House, Canadian Public Health Association
  • Darklight Studios)

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  • [between 1900 and 1999] :

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A woman holding a baby representing women at risk for HIV; as part of the Alberta HIV/AIDS prevention campaigns for young adults. Lithograph by Calder Bateman and Darklight Studios.. Credit: Wellcome Collection. CC BY-NC

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