Painted figures reach up towards the world representing an advertisement for World AIDS Day, December 1st, by the National AIDS Strategy [Canada]. Colour lithograph by Vivian Reiss and Quorum Graphics.

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World AIDs Day. December 1. Families take care. Canadian AIDS Society (CAS); Canadian Hemophilia Society (CHS); Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA); Health Canada (HC); Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA); Canadian Association for HIV Research (CAHR); Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research (CANFAR); International Development Research Centre (IDRC); Interagency Coalition on AIDS (ICAD); Canadian Society for International Health. In partnership with the National AIDS Strategy. Illustration: original painting by Vivian Reiss; Design: Quorum Graphics (Ottawa); Pre-press preparation: P.R. Graphics Limited; Printing: Del/Charters Litho Inc. (Toronto) Lettering also in French.


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      'Painted figures reach up towards the world representing an advertisement for World AIDS Day, December 1st, by the National AIDS Strategy [Canada]. Colour lithograph by Vivian Reiss and Quorum Graphics.' by International Development Research Centre (Canada), Canadian International Development Agency., Canada. Health and Welfare Canada., Canadian Public Health Association. and Canadian Hemophilia Society.. Credit: Wellcome Collection. CC BY-NC


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