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Use of Sterile Syringes and Aseptic Drug Preparation Are Important Components of HIV Prevention Among Injection Drug Users
The Importance of Preventing Hepatitis C Virus Infection Among Injection Drug Users in the United States
Prevalence and Incidence of Hepatitis C Virus Infection Among Young Adult Injection Drug Users
Infection Control Basis for Recommending One-Time Use of Sterile Syringes and Aseptic Procedures for Injection Drug Users
Parenteral Transmission of HIV Among Injection Drug Users: Assessing the Frequency of Multiperson Use of Needles, Syringes, Cookers, Cotton, and Water
Feasibility of One-Time Use of Sterile Syringes: A Study of Active Injection Drug Users in Seven United States Metropolitan Areas
Syringe Use and Reuse: Effects of Syringe Exchange Programs in Four Cities
A Sterile Syringe for Every Drug User Injection: How Many Injections Take Place Annually, and How Might Pharmacists Contribute to Syringe Distribution?
“Single-Use” Needles and Syringes for the Prevention of HIV Infection Among Injection Drug Users
Enough Sterile Syringes to Prevent HIV Transmission Among Injection Drug Users in Montreal?
The Legal Environment Impeding Access to Sterile Syringes and Needles: The Conflict Between Law Enforcement and Public Health
Arrests and Incarceration of Injection Drug Users for Syringe Possession in Massachusetts: Implications for HIV Prevention
Injection and Syringe Sharing Among HIV-Infected Injection Drug Users: Implications for Prevention of HIV Transmission
Community Support for Needle Exchange Programs and Pharmacy Sale of Syringes: A Household Survey in Baltimore, Maryland
Pharmacists' Attitudes About Pharmacy Sale of Needles/Syringes and Needle Exchange Programs in a City Without Needle/Syringe Prescription Laws
Access to Sterile Syringes in Maine: Pharmacy Practice After the 1993 Repeal of the Syringe Prescription Law
Impact of the Change in Connecticut Syringe Prescription Laws on Pharmacy Sales and Pharmacy Managers' Practices
Community-Based Programs for Safe Disposal of Used Needles and Syringes
Operation Red Box: A Pilot Project of Needle and Syringe Drop Boxes for Injection Drug Users in East Baltimore
An Economic Analysis of Needle Exchange and Pharmacy-Based Programs to Increase Sterile Syringe Availability for Injection Drug Users
Cost and Cost-Effectiveness of Increasing Access to Sterile Syringes and Needles as an HIV Prevention Intervention in the United States
Following the Blood: Syringe Reuse Leads to Blood-Borne Virus Transmission Among Injection Drug Users
Strict Syringe Laws in Rhode Island Are Associated With High Rates of Reusing Syringes and HIV Risks Among Injection Drug Users
In New York City, Syringe Laws and Regulations Deter Physicians and Pharmacists From Prescribing and Selling Syringes to Persons Who May Be Injection Drug Users
Deregulation of Syringes and Needles for Medical Use and to Prevent the Spread of Blood-Borne Pathogens Among Illicit Injection Drug Users
Oregon's Exclusion of Syringes From Its 1987 Drug Paraphernalia Law Was an HIV Prevention Measure
Maine Removed Criminal Penalties for Syringe Possession in 1997 After Allowing Sale of Syringes Without a Prescription in 1993
Peer Education of Pharmacists and Supplying Pharmacies With IDU Packets to Increase Injection Drug Users' Access to Sterile Syringes in Connecticut
Needle Hygiene and Sources of Needles for Injection Drug Users: Data From a National Survey