Drug Sharing among Injecting Drug Users: Patterns, Social Context, and Implications for Transmission of Blood-Borne Pathogens

J-P.C. Grund, S.R. Friedman, L.S. Stern, B. Jose, A. Neaigus, R. Curtis, D.C.D.C. Des Jarlais (1996). Drug Sharing among Injecting Drug Users: Patterns, Social Context, and Implications for Transmission of Blood-Borne Pathogens. Social Science and Medicine; 42(5): 691-703.

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