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Social context of needle selling in Baltimore, Maryland.

Latkin CA, Davey MA, Hua W.

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Exploring the role of needle selling in a drug-using community in Baltimore, Maryland.

Latkin CA, Hua W, Davey MA.

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Factors associated with buying and selling syringes among injection drug users in a setting of one of North America's largest syringe exchange programs.

Kuyper LM, Kerr T, Li K, Hogg RS, Tyndall MW, Montaner JS, Wood E.

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The role of needle exchange programs in HIV prevention.

Vlahov D, Junge B.

Public Health Rep. 1998 Jun;113 Suppl 1:75-80. Review.

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Social network characteristics and injecting HIV-risk behaviors among street injection drug users.

Suh T, Mandell W, Latkin C, Kim J.

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Acquisition and use of needles and syringes by injecting drug users in Baltimore, Maryland.

Gleghorn AA, Jones TS, Doherty MC, Celentano DD, Vlahov D.

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Drug use and HIV risk practices of secondary and primary needle exchange users.

Huo D, Bailey SL, Hershow RC, Ouellet L.

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My place, your place, and no place: behavior settings as a risk factor for HIV-related injection practices of drug users in Baltimore, Maryland.

Latkin C, Mandell W, Vlahov D, Oziemkowska M, Knowlton A, Celentano D.

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The dynamics of injection drug users' personal networks and HIV risk behaviors.

Costenbader EC, Astone NM, Latkin CA.

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HIV infection among intravenous drug users: epidemiology and risk reduction.

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AIDS. 1987 Jul;1(2):67-76. Review.

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[Risk reduction and intravenous drug use abstinence in patients with HIV infection. The SEROCO group].

Meyer L, Wade A, Persoz A, Boué F, Dellamonica P, Caroli-Bosc C, Carré N.

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Threat or opportunity? Secondary exchange in a setting with widespread availability of needles.

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The Thai HIV/AIDS epidemic at 15 years: sustained needle sharing among southern Thai drug injectors.

Perngmark P, Vanichseni S, Celentano DD.

Drug Alcohol Depend. 2008 Jan 1;92(1-3):183-90. Epub 2007 Sep 17.

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HIV risk practices among needle exchange users and nonusers in Chicago.

Ouellet L, Huo D, Bailey SL.

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Secondary exchange of sterile injecting equipment in a high distribution environment: a mixed method analysis in south east Sydney, Australia.

Bryant J, Hopwood M.

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