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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.

It's Your Future. You Can Protect It.

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This poster encourages teens who is sexually active to always use condoms, along with another form of birth control, to prevent pregnancy. It also encourages condom use to prevent transmission of STDs and HIV.

Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) in Pediatrics/Adolescents

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This poster was developed from a variety of resources and includes management of exposures, study findings related to exposure, important discussion points when assessing the exposed individual, recommended antiretroviral (ARV) regimens for post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) of HIV, ARV adverse effects, hepatitis B PEP, and hepatitis C post-exposure management.

Opportunistic Infections (OIs) in HIV/AIDS

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This poster summarizes the guidelines for prevention and treatment of selected opportunistic infections (OIs). It contains a table with available dosage forms and food requirements of drugs and discusses the most common OIs.

Even If You Feel Healthy, You Could Still Have Hepatitis C

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This poster says that even if a person feels healthy and has no symptoms, he/she can still have hepatitis C. It says that everyone born between 1945-1965 should get tested for HCV, because if left untreated, it can lead to cancer. This poster is also available in a larger size (24 x 36 in.) at

HPV Cancer Prevention Infographic

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This poster is an infographic that describes the importance of HPV cancer prevention. It states that parents and healthcare professionals are the key to protecting adolescents from HPV cancers and recommends vaccinating 11-12 year olds.

No Time to Be Young in a World With AIDS : Tis Time Let's Act

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This poster examines the impact of HIV/AIDS on children and adolescents around the world. The poster discusses the epidemiology of HIV/AIDS among young people, the needs of AIDS orphans, and the prevention of the perinatal transmission of HIV.


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