Explanation on how to test for HIV; thirtheenth of sixteen advertisement posters by the American Red Cross promoting education about AIDS. Colour lithograph, 1990.
- January 1990
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Baltimore : American Red Cross, January 1990.
1 print : lithograph, printed in blue and grey on white ; sheet 81.2 x 68.6 cm
Testing. A negative antibody test means - you are not infected with HIV or you have recently been infected with HIV, and can infect others, but the test did not yet detect antibodies. Consider retesting in 6 months because of window period. A positive antibody test means - You are infected with HIV ... Antigody tests for HIV are more than 99% accurate. 13 of 16 January 1990. American Red Cross.
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Wellcome Library no. 667154i