Published in AIDS Weekly, January 3rd, 2005
According to published research from India, "Various risk behaviors promote the spread of HIV in drug addicts. Reflecting the substantial regional and geographic differences in the impact of HIV, its prevalence rates vary from country to country."
"In view of increasing reports of injection drug-uses (IDUs) from different parts of India," wrote M. Vaswani and coworkers, "the study was aimed to examine and investigate the difference in prevalence rates of seropositivity between IDUs and non-IDUs in patients of drug dependence and to compare the pattern of risk behaviors due...
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