CDC launches new AIDS-HIV public education campaign

September 1990
Public Health Reports;Sep/Oct90, Vol. 105 Issue 5, p544
Academic Journal
Reports on the launching of the US Centers for Disease Control's (CDC) AIDS education campaign designed to help people assess their risk of HIV infection. Components of the `American Responds to AIDS' campaign; HIV transmission modes; Contact information.


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