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A weight-lifter sits on a bench with his weights at his side as someone offers him a steroid injection; a warning not to share vials and used needles for steroids; advertisement for The Steroid Project as part of the Kingston AIDS Project funded by the National AIDS Strategy, Health Canada. Colour lithograph by Alice Whissell.

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Intramuscular Steroids and HIV/AIDS. Lift the weight off your mind ... Don't share vials and used needles. This project is developed and distributed through the Keep Six! Needle Exchange, a program of the Kingston AIDS Project. The Steroid Project was funded by the AIDS Education and Prevention Unit under the National AIDS Contribution Program of the National AIDS Strategy, Health Canada. Illustration by Alice Whissell.

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