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A pink button featuring a drawing of a right foot stepping on nails. At the top of the button in black lettering is the word AUGH! At the bottom of the button also in black lettering is peripheral neuropathy. A black button with a red x and a AZT pill in the center. In white lettering at the top are the words I survived. At the bottom also in white lettering is the word AZT. An orange button with an image of cellular view of a retina infected with the cytomegalic retinitis virus. In white lettering at the top is the word CMV. At the bottom also in white lettering are the words Cytomegalic Retinitis. A red and white button featuring a drawing of a brain on fire. In black lettering at the top is the word Crypto. At the bottom also in black lettering are the words Cryptococcal Meningitis. White button with black lettering, illustrated with a color artwork by Keith Haring dated 1989. Three featureless blue figures hold aloft an oversized red telephone. All of this is set on a yellow background. At the bottom of the poster is an AIDS hotline number, along with its days and hours of operation. A white button featuring the illustrated face of a smiling mouse wearing a white bowtie. In black lettering at the top are the words Kiss Me! At the bottom also in black lettering are the words I'm a Diseased Pariah. A green button with the illustrated face of a cat in the center. In red lettering at the top is the word KS. At the bottom in black lettering are the words Kaposi's Sarcoma.
Predominantly pale gray button with black lettering of the title Life Savers. Visual image is a color photo reproduction featuring a brightly colored stack of condoms. A orange and white button featuring an illustrated green face with no hair in the center. The face is scrunched up and sticking its tongue out and there is brown splatter behind the face. A purple button with an illustrated image of a upright tire with a white bandage on front and a hole in the back letter out air in the back. In red lettering at the top is the word PCP. At the bottom in white lettering are the words Pneumocystic Carinii Pneumonia. A red button shaped like a heart with the words Sin Condom No Hay Amor, New York City Department of Health written in white lettering. A red button with a captial T written in black lettering. In the top of the T is the word cell written in red lettering. The number 100 is written in white letter in the center of the button and at the bottom also is white letter are the words One Hundred or Less. A purple button with an illustration of a grey bird singing. In the center of the button in red lettering is the worth Thrush. At the bottom in white lettering is the word candidasis. A black button with the words Philadelphia Day Without Art: December 1 World AIDS Day written in white lettering. The letter R in art red and is designed to look like an AIDS ribbon.
A purple button with an illustrated image of a upright tire with a white bandage on front and a hole in the back letter out air in the back. In red lettering at the top is the word PCP. At the bottom in white lettering are the words Pneumocystic Carinii Pneumonia.

PCP: Pneumocystic Carinii Pneumonia. Created by Beowulf Thorne. Ca 1995.


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