The average monthly rate of new HIV infections among drug users in Washington D.C. has dropped by roughly 70% since the district implemented a needle exchange program in 2008, according to a new study being published in this month’s issue of the journal AIDS and Behavior, which we received through press release. In total, new …
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Washington DC: HIV Infection Rate Among Drug Users Drops 70% Since Introduction of Needle Exchange Program
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