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12 Populations Being Left Behind

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This poster illustrates the 12 populations being left behind worldwide in the fight against HIV/AIDS, including: people living with HIV but don't know it, young women, prisoners, migrants, injecting drug users, sex workers, men who have sex with men, transgendered persons, pregnant women, children, the homeless, people with disabilities, and people over 50 years of age.

HIV Among U.S. Youth 2016

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This infographic illustrates the status of HIV among American youth. It states that youth make up six percent of the people living with HIV in the United States. It also states that schools have direct contact with 50 million youth and that they play an important role in guiding youth to make healthy choices.

HIV Treatment Works: Live a Longer, Healthier LIfe

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This infographic 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 infographic urges persons with HIV to seek health care services, stay in care, live well, and don't let HIV define you.

5 Positives to HIV Care + Treatment

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This infographic 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 infographic features five positives that will come from HIV treatment, including: choices, safer sex, birthdays (live longer), family, hope.

Talk Can Be the Perfect Foreplay (Poster 3)

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This poster is part of the “Start Talking. Stop HIV.” phase of CDC’s Act Against AIDS initiative, which seeks to reduce new HIV infections among gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men by encouraging open discussion about a range of HIV prevention strategies and related sexual health issues between sex partners. This poster features a man laughing talking on the phone.

Millions of People Have Hepatitis Most Don't Know It [US Map]

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This poster states that many people are unaware of their hepatitis infection. The illustration is in the shape of a United States map with small thumbnail pictures of different people. It advises individuals to talk to their doctor and get tested.

Are You Ready for PrEP? How Can I Start PrEP?

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This poster is an infographic that presents complex information quickly and clearly about PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis), an HIV prevention option that works by taking one pill every day. It is part of CDC's Act Against AIDS, Start Talking. Stop HIV. campaign. The infographic recommends talking to a physician about getting a prescription and discusses how to pay for the medication.

Are You Ready for PrEP? PrEP Basics

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This poster is an infographic that presents complex information quickly and clearly about PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis), an HIV prevention option that works by taking one pill every day. It is part of CDC's Act Against AIDS, Start Talking. Stop HIV. campaign. The infographic discusses the basics of PrEP and how it works.

Are You Ready for PrEP? Is PrEP Right For Me?

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This poster is an infographic that presents complex information quickly and clearly about PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis), an HIV prevention option that works by taking one pill every day. It is part of CDC's Act Against AIDS, Start Talking. Stop HIV. campaign. The infographic suggests doing research to find out about PrEP, provides suggested questions when talking to a physician, and recommends following provider's advice.

Diarrhea: HIV Is No Picnic

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This poster encourages individuals to take precautions to prevent HIV by picturing a man sitting on a toilet with diarrhea, a symptom of HIV. He says that good unsafe sex is not worth what he is going through now. The url for this poster contains all four posters in a series entitled HIV Is No Picnic.

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