The temporal influence of a heroin shortage on pregnant drug users and their newborn infants in Sydney, Australia
Background: Heroin availability and purity decreased precipitously in Australian markets between 2000 and 2001. This led to increased use of non-opiate drugs in the general community but whether pregnant drug users and their newborn infants were affected
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