Drug use contexts and HIV-consequences: The effect of drug policy on patterns of everyday drug use in Rotterdam and the Bronx

J-P.C. Grund, L.S. Stern, C.D. Kaplan, N.F.P. Adriaans, E. Drucker (1992). Drug use contexts and HIV-consequences: The effect of drug policy on patterns of everyday drug use in Rotterdam and the Bronx. British Journal of Addiction's special edition on HIV/AIDS; 87: 381-392.

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