Don’t just worry about HIV, do something about it, 1980s
Because many people feared a positive diagnosis, a perceived death sentence, and the all too frequent stigma that often followed, encouraging testing was a vital piece of many campaigns like this one from America Responds to AIDS.
Publisher(s): Centers for Disease Control
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Don’t just worry about HIV. Do something about it.
If you think you are at risk for HIV infection, now’s the time to consider counseling and testing. If you test positive, work with a doctor to make decisions that are right for you. The earlier this happens, the more medical care can help.
Talk to a doctor, your health department, or other local AIDS resources. Call your State or local AIDS hotline or the National AIDS Hotline at 1-800-342-AIDS. Call 1-800-243-7889 ( TTY) for deaf access.
HIV is the virus that causes AIDS.
AMERICA RESPONDS TO AIDS
Department of Health and Human Services. Public Health Services. Centers for Disease Control.
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