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A man smiles wearing an open shirt with one hand in his pocket representing an advertisement for safe sex; created by Palmer Jarvis Communications for the Alberta HIVAIDS Prevention Campaigns for Young Adults. Lithograph.

Canada. Health Canada.
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[between 1900 and 1999]

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Free to use with attribution for non-commercial purposes CC BY-NCCredit: Wellcome Collection
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Ottawa (1565 Carling, Suite 400, Ottawa, ON, K1Z 8R1) : National Aids Clearing House, Canadian Public Health Association, [between 1900 and 1999]

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1 print : lithograph ; sheet 43.1 x 28 cm

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to die for. Young women are dying. Never forget it ... AIDS is a woman's disease, too. And practicing safer sex is a woman's right. Use a condom. Use it properly. And use it every time. Remember, AIDS knows no gender. And no mercy. Advertisement created by Palmer Jarvis Communications. Abstinence remains an option. Funded under the National AIDS Strategy, Health Canada ... 9826.

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A man smiles wearing an open shirt with one hand in his pocket representing an advertisement for safe sex; created by Palmer Jarvis Communications for the Alberta HIVAIDS Prevention Campaigns for Young Adults. Lithograph. Credit: Wellcome Collection. CC BY-NC


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