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Archival Content: 1999-2005

Esta página en EspañolHIV Prevention among Injection Drug Users
Injection drug use is important in the transmission of blood borne infections (particularly HIV and hepatitis B and C). This web site provides access to materials and resources developed to assist HIV prevention providers working with IDUs and their sex partners.
Reaching out to the community.



CDC website on outreach to drug users

Preventing Blood-Borne Infections Through Pharmacy Syringe Sales and Safe Community Syringe DisposalPDF IconLink to a Non-CDC Link
Supplement from JAPhA

Principles of HIV Prevention in Drug-Using Populations.Link to a Non-CDC Link
Produced by National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)

Report of CDC Injection Drug User Technical Assistance ProjectPDF Icon
(2.51 MB, 58 pages)

Printed copies of Syringe Disinfection are now available

Syringe Disinfection for Injection Drug Users
June 1, 2004

EPA Syringe Disposal Guidance
January 2005

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