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AIDS Posters Call on Public to Act

No Doubt, Don't Share Needles

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No Doubt, Don't Share Needles

On left: An illustration of a man seated on a roof with a shadow looming over him, created West Virginia AIDS Hotline. Hotlines were created in the early '80s as confidential resources for more information about HIV and AIDS.

On right: "Needles plus AIDS equals death." Some posters, like this one from the City of Houston Health & Human Services were used scare-like tactics to get people's attention.

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