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  1. Content type: Brief report

    HIV infection rates have reached epidemic proportions amongst injecting drug users (IDUs) in Iran. Although a number of community-based interventions have being implemented in the country, there is little info...

    Authors: Mohsen Vazirian, Bijan Nassirimanesh, Saman Zamani, Masako Ono-Kihara, Masahiro Kihara, Shahrzad Mortazavi Ravari and Mohammad Mehdi Gouya

    Citation: Harm Reduction Journal 2005 2:19

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  2. Content type: Research

    The New South Wales State Government recently proposed a trial of the medical use of cannabis. Australians who currently use cannabis medicinally do so illegally and without assurances of quality control. Give...

    Authors: Wendy Swift, Peter Gates and Paul Dillon

    Citation: Harm Reduction Journal 2005 2:18

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  3. Content type: Review

    This article examines harm reduction from a novel perspective. Its central thesis is that harm reduction is not only a social concept, but also a biological one. More specifically, evolution does not make mora...

    Authors: Robert Melamede

    Citation: Harm Reduction Journal 2005 2:17

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  4. Content type: Research

    New and explosive HIV epidemics are being witnessed in certain countries of Eastern Europe, including Ukraine, as well as a rapid and dramatic increase in the supply, use, and negative public health consequenc...

    Authors: Katerina Barcal, Joseph E Schumacher, Kostyantyn Dumchev and Larisa Vasiliyevna Moroz

    Citation: Harm Reduction Journal 2005 2:16

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  5. Content type: Commentary

    Opium has been cultivated in Afghanistan since 1100 A.D., although production has steadily increased since 1979. Currently, Afghanistan produces three-quarters of the global opium supply, with injection drug u...

    Authors: Catherine S Todd, Naqibullah Safi and Steffanie A Strathdee

    Citation: Harm Reduction Journal 2005 2:13

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    The Commentary to this article has been published in Harm Reduction Journal 2005 2:20

  6. Content type: Research

    New Zealand has been offering needle exchange services since 1987. Over 170 community pharmacies are involved in the provision of this service. However, no recent detailed review of New Zealand's pharmacy-base...

    Authors: Janie Sheridan, Charles Henderson, Nicola Greenhill and Andrew Smith

    Citation: Harm Reduction Journal 2005 2:10

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  7. Content type: Research

    This paper examines the differences in demographics, drug use patterns and self reported risk behaviours between regular injecting drug users (IDU) who report engaging in sex work for money or drugs and regula...

    Authors: Amanda Roxburgh, Louisa Degenhardt and Courtney Breen

    Citation: Harm Reduction Journal 2005 2:7

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  8. Content type: Editorial

    Beginning two years ago, the US Dept of Health and Human Services began "special reviews" of all current research grants that involved harm reduction, sex and drugs, and continues its ban on funding of needle ...

    Authors: Ernest Drucker

    Citation: Harm Reduction Journal 2005 2:3

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  9. Content type: Research

    This article reports the first national assessment of patterns of drinking and gambling-related rulemaking on college campuses (e.g., punitive versus recovery oriented). Analyses relating school policies to kn...

    Authors: Howard J Shaffer, Anthony N Donato, Richard A LaBrie, Rachel C Kidman and Debi A LaPlante

    Citation: Harm Reduction Journal 2005 2:1

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  10. Content type: Research

    The People Awakening Project (1RO1 AA 11446-03) had two purposes, completed in Phase I and Phase II of the project. The purpose of Phase I was to complete a qualitative study; the research objective was discov...

    Authors: Gerald V Mohatt, S Michelle Rasmus, Lisa Thomas, James Allen, Kelly Hazel and Chase Hensel

    Citation: Harm Reduction Journal 2004 1:10

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  11. Content type: Methodology

    Many Canadian cities are experiencing ongoing infectious disease and overdose epidemics among injection drug users (IDUs). In particular, Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and hepatitis C Virus (HCV) have bec...

    Authors: Evan Wood, Thomas Kerr, Elisa Lloyd-Smith, Chris Buchner, David C Marsh, Julio SG Montaner and Mark W Tyndall

    Citation: Harm Reduction Journal 2004 1:9

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