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A sunflower, a symbol of bringing life back by giving blood; an AIDS prevention advertisement by the AIIMS Blood Transfusion Service and NGO AIDS Cell, New Delhi. Colour lithograph by N.R. Nanda, ca. January 1994.

All-India Institute of Medical Sciences.
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[Jan '94]

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Publication/Creation

New Delhi *(Centre for Community Medicine, AIIMS, New Delhi-110029) : AIIMS, [Jan '94]

Physical description

1 print : lithograph, printed in colours ; sheet 55.7 x 42.6 cm

Lettering

To bring life back. Blood - a gift only you can gift. Prevent AIDS.

Copyright note

N.R. Nanda (design) AIIMS Blood Transfusion Service NGO AIDS Cell 1994 AIIMS Blood Transfusion Service/NGO AIDS Cell India current contacts: see website for details: http://www.aiims.ac.in 01/07/2009 UkLW UK Transcription from the item

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In 1996, scientists at the University of Bonn discovered there was a mould-fighting compound (i.e. an antibody) within sunflowers that could prevent the spread of HIV that causes AIDS; no one knows whether this sunflower antibody will combat the AIDS virus in a clinical setting. But the researchers have said this compound may open the way for a whole new class of drugs, with fewer side effects. (extract from http://www.humanflowerproject.com ) - the date of reports of this discovery post date the publication date of this poster

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 677314i

Lettering note

AIIMS stands for All India Institute of Medical Sciences - the NGO AIDS Cell is part of this organisation; NGO stands for Nongovernmental Organisation
includes phone number

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