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The words 'AIDS' forming the centre of a maze with four figures on the outside holding maps in an attempt to find their way in; an illustration by Ingram Pinn advertising a meeting in Berlin for alternative forms of therapy for those with HIV and AIDS; held on 11 January 1994 at the headquarters of Kursiv, the Centre for AIDS and advice for gay men. Photocopy, 1994.

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1994

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Berlin (Kurfürstenstrasse 24) : Kursiv, Zentrum für AIDS- und Schwulenberatung, 1994.

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1 print : lithograph, printed on yellow ; sheet 42 x 29.6 cm

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AIDS. Alternative Therapieformen - Treffen Berliner Postitiver. Berliner Teilnehmer des bundesweiten "Arbeitskreis Alternative therapieformen", der sich am 13.1.93 in der DAH Gegründet hat, laden ein: Alle Menschen mit HIV und AIDS, die Erfahrungen mit alternativen Therapieformen haben. Ziele des Treffens: ... Wann? 11.1.94, 19 Uhr. Wo? Kursiv ... Arnd Bächler (Schwulenberatung, Kursiv) ... Armin Ketterer (Mann-o-Meter) ... Wolfgang Ziegler ...

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The words 'AIDS' forming the centre of a maze with four figures on the outside holding maps in an attempt to find their way in; an illustration by Ingram Pinn advertising a meeting in Berlin for alternative forms of therapy for those with HIV and AIDS; held on 11 January 1994 at the headquarters of Kursiv, the Centre for AIDS and advice for gay men. Photocopy, 1994. Credit: Wellcome Collection. CC BY-NC


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