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Materials on HIV/AIDS and STDs are available in Asian languages from the CDC National Prevention Information Network (NPIN). To order materials, click here and search by title or SKU/inventory number listed below:

Living with HIV/AIDS

  • Tagalog SKU: E060
  • Khmer SKU: E061
  • Vietnamese SKU: E062
  • Korean SKU: E063
This pamphlet will help people with HIV/AIDS understand how to live with HIV and how to stay healthy. It answers the following questions:
  1. What is HIV and how did I get it?
  2. What is the difference between HIV and AIDS?
  3. How can I stay healthy longer?
  4. What can I expect when I go to the doctor?
  5. What is the treatment for HIV or AIDS?
  6. What are some of the other diseases I could get?
  7. How do I protect other people from my HIV?
  8. Is there any special advice for women with HIV?
  9. What if a woman with HIV becomes pregnant?
  10. Where can I find help in fighting HIV?

HIV and AIDS: Are You at Risk?

  • Tagalog SKU: E064
  • Khmer SKU: E065
  • Vietnamese SKU: E066
  • Korean SKU: E067
Using a question-and-answer format, this pamphlet explains how HIV is transmitted, dispels myths about transmission, and explains prevention methods. It also discusses confidential and anonymous testing and lists sources providing referrals and general information, free materials, free treatment information, information on drugs undergoing clinical trials, and Social Security benefits.

HIV and Pregnancy: Ten Things You Should Know: For You and Your Baby Now

  • Chinese SKU: E084
  • Vietnamese SKU: E085
This brochure explains the risk behaviors associated with HIV transmission and advises women who are pregnant or want to become pregnant to get tested for HIV and to discuss it with their health care providers. By taking the drug zidovudine (AZT) and having a cesarean birth, women can lower the risk of perinatal and neonatal transmission of HIV to their infants. To increase the chances that their infants will be born healthy, women should make sure to get good prenatal care.

Teens and HIV and other STDs: At Risk? Get Tested!

  • Khmer SKU: E087
  • Korean SKU: E089
  • Tagalog SKU: E090
  • Vietnamese SKU: E091
This pamphlet discusses testing for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and HIV. It describes STDs and the epidemiology of STDs among adolescents in the United States. It lists reasons to get tested for STDs and HIV, and describes HIV testing. The brochure identifies high risk behaviors that could warrant getting tested, and differentiates between anonymous and confidential testing for HIV and STDs.

Learn About HIV Testing

  • Khmer SKU: E097
  • Vietnamese SKU: E098
  • Korean SKU: E100
  • Tagalog SKU: E101
This pamphlet describes HIV testing and who needs to be tested for the virus. It explains how HIV testing is structured, what the results mean, and what one should do if one tests positive. The brochure makes recommendations about how to avoid contracting HIV.


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