The cost of providing primary health-care services from a needle and syringe program: A case study
Introduction and Aims: Targeted primary health-care services for injecting drug users have been established in several countries to reduce barriers to health care, subsequent poor health outcomes and the considerable costs of emergency treatment. The long
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