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Important News For New Mothers About Your Baby's HIV Test

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This pamphlet discusses HIV testing for newborn infants. It explains that the state of New York requires all babies to be tested. The pamphlet also explains when the mother will receive the results of the test, how a baby can get HIV, the meaning of a positive test for a baby, what happens for a mother who has HIV, and for a baby who has HIV. The pamphlet emphasizes that the results of the baby’s HIV test are confidential and that doctors can only share that information with others who are providing health care.

[Important News for New Mothers About Your Baby's HIV Test]

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This pamphlet discusses HIV testing for newborn infants. It explains that the state of New York requires all babies to be tested. The pamphlet also explains when the mother will receive the results of the test, how a baby can get HIV, the meaning of a positive test for a baby, what happens for a mother who has HIV, and for a baby who has HIV. The pamphlet emphasizes that the results of the baby’s HIV test are confidential and that doctors can only share that information with others who are providing health care.

HIV Treatment Works - Sharmain

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This poster is part of the new awareness campaign, HIV Treatment Works, that shows how people living with HIV have overcome barriers to get in care and stay on treatment. The campaign is a part of Act Against AIDS, which raises awareness and fights stigma by sharing personal stories. This poster features Sharmain, who has been living with HIV since 1990, looking at her pregnant belly. She says "I may have gotten you, HIV. But you will never, ever get the best of me."

HIV Treatment Works - Sharon

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This poster is part of the new awareness campaign, HIV Treatment Works, that shows how people living with HIV have overcome barriers to get in care and stay on treatment. The campaign is a part of Act Against AIDS, which raises awareness and fights stigma by sharing personal stories. This poster features Sharon, who has been living with HIV since 2003, doing handicrafts. She says "HIV, you didn't take my voice. You gave me my voice."

HIV Treatment Works - Malina

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This poster is part of the new awareness campaign, HIV Treatment Works, that shows how people living with HIV have overcome barriers to get in care and stay on treatment. The campaign is a part of Act Against AIDS, which raises awareness and fights stigma by sharing personal stories. This poster features Malina, who has been living with HIV since 2010, hugging her son. She says "By managing you, HIV, I can devote all my time and energy to my son."

HIV Treatment Works - Angie

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This poster is part of the new awareness campaign, HIV Treatment Works, that shows how people living with HIV have overcome barriers to get in care and stay on treatment. The campaign is a part of Act Against AIDS, which raises awareness and fights stigma by sharing personal stories. This poster features Angie, who has been living with HIV since 1995, and her husband dancing outside. She says "Hear this HIV: I'm going to take care of me so I can take care of those I love."

HIV Treatment Works - Jennifer

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This poster is part of the new awareness campaign, HIV Treatment Works, that shows how people living with HIV have overcome barriers to get in care and stay on treatment. The campaign is a part of Act Against AIDS, which raises awareness and fights stigma by sharing personal stories. This poster features Jennifer, who has been living with HIV since 2001, outside painting at an easel. She says "HIV: This is not the end. It's just the start of a new way of life."

HIV Treatment Works - L'Orangelis

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This poster is part of the new awareness campaign, HIV Treatment Works, that shows how people living with HIV have overcome barriers to get in care and stay on treatment. The campaign is a part of Act Against AIDS, which raises awareness and fights stigma by sharing personal stories. This poster features L'Orangelis, who has been living with HIV since 1988, lying on a blanket in a park. She says "You know what, HIV? There are many things I still want to accomplish and you are not going to stop me."

El Tratamiento del VIH Es Efectivo - L'Orangelis

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This poster is part of the new awareness campaign, HIV Treatment Works, that shows how people living with HIV have overcome barriers to get in care and stay on treatment. The campaign is a part of Act Against AIDS, which raises awareness and fights stigma by sharing personal stories. This poster features L'Orangelis, who has been living with HIV since 1988, lying on a blanket in a park. She says "You know what, HIV? There are many things I still want to accomplish and you are not going to stop me."

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