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Listing of patient education materials in Somali language.

Where Does Blood Go After It Is Drawn? - Somali/English
Somali/English explanation about what happens to a person's blood sample after it is drawn, including testing and disposal.
White Blood Cells - Somali/English
Somali/English brief explanation of what a white blood count means, in terms of measuring the body's response to infection.
Why does my doctor need to take my blood? - Somali/English
Somali/English explanation about why a doctor may need to draw patient's blood.
Why HIV Testing is Important for You - 11 languages
A 2 page PDF fact sheet “Why HIV Testing is Important for You” available in Amharic, Arabic, Cambodian, Chinese, English, French, Oromo, Somali, Spanish, Tigrigna, and Vietnamese from Public Health Seattle King County.
Withdrawal - Somali/English
PDF (2 pages) Selected pages from a booklet about child spacing and contraceptive methods with answers to these questions: Is this method safe for my body? Does this method work well? How do I get this method? Do I need to see a doctor or nurse first? Can I get pregnant after I stop using this method? Will this method protect me from sexually transmitted infections and diseases? Can this method be used during breastfeeding?
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