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Author
Open Society Institute International Harm Reduction Development Program
Title
Delivering HIV Care and Treatment for People Who Use Drugs: Lessons From Research and Practice
Editor
Curtis, Matt (Ed.)
Imprint
Open Society Institute, July 2006, 294 pp
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Copyright © 2006 Open Society Institute. All Rights Reserved. Reproduced with permission.

Abstract

"This volume seeks to address a basic question: Based on available evidence from research and clinical practice, how can medical personnel, public health officials, policymakers,
and advocates most effectively provide HIV treatment and related health care for people with a history of drug use? As the international community sets its sights on a goal of universal access to HIV treatment and care, this book is intended to advance the cause of treatment for those who are among the most underserved people living with HIV."

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