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Hepatitis B : the virus that spreads so easily! : best get vaccinated before: you have sex / Sorted Hepatitis A & B vaccination service.

Sorted (Hepatitis A & B Vaccination Service)
Date
2002
  • Ephemera


About this work

Description

This is a diecut leaflet printed on thin card issued in May 2002 by Sorted as part of their campaign to get gay men to have vaccinations against Hepatitis A and B. Risky sexual behaviour is listed and details of the Sorted clinics in Soho and Victoria. The card is ingeniously designed to look like a margarine tub lid in yellow and dark blue. It was handed out on the Gay Pride march that year as were similarly designed packs of condoms (EPH502:17).

Publication/Creation

[London] : Sorted, 2002.

Physical description

1 sheet : color illustrations ; 12 x 15 cm

Notes

'Sorted' is a Hepatitis prevention campaign managed by Chelsea and Westminster Healthcare NHS Trust. Sorted was set up in the year 2000 to address the fact that the majority of gay and bisexual men have not been vaccinated against Hepatitis B, a potentially life threatening disease ("100x more infectious than HIV"). Hepatitis vaccinations are provided, free of charge and with no need to make an appointment.

Type/Technique

Languages

  • English


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