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A sun in the '0' of the number '10' with a list of statistics about AIDS and HIV in New Zealand representing an advertisement for World AIDS Day, 1 December 1993 by the New Zealand AIDS Foundation and Capital Coast Health. Photocopy.

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1993

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[Auckland, New Zealand] : New Zealand AIDS Foundation ; [Wellington, New Zealand] : Capital Coast Health Opoko Ki Te Uru Hauora, 1993.

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1 print : photocopy ; sheet 41.9 x 29.6 cm

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10 years on Keep it up! It is 10 years since the first person was diagnosed with AIDS in New Zealand. But ... At least 2 people per week are still being infected with HIV ... People living with HIV or AIDS still need our support. 1 December 1993 - World AIDS Day. Time To Act. New Zealand AIDS Foundation. Capital Coast Health Opoko Ki Te Uru Hauora

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A sun in the '0' of the number '10' with a list of statistics about AIDS and HIV in New Zealand representing an advertisement for World AIDS Day, 1 December 1993 by the New Zealand AIDS Foundation and Capital Coast Health. Photocopy. Credit: Wellcome Collection. CC BY-NC


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