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Archival Content: 1999-2005

A Comprehensive Approach

PREVENTING BLOOD- BORNE INFECTIONS AMONG INJECTION DRUG USERS

This document was prepared by the Academy for Educational Development'sLink to a Non-CDC Link (AED) Center for Community-Based Health Strategies, under contract to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Contract #200-97-0605, Task 018), to provide technical assistance to CDC-funded prevention partners to assist in reducing infection of HIV, sexually transmitted diseases, and blood-borne pathogens among injection drug users (IDUs), their sexual partners, and their children by promoting a comprehensive approach to prevention.

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