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Introduced in the January issue of the American Journal of Public Health, the authors of Yale Public Health professor Robert Heimer, found that the Release Centers for Disease Control and Prevention new approach to promote HIV testing, ‘Advancing HIV prevention can, ‘not the best for injecting drug users.. Heimer, and Drug Treatment More Effective HIV Preventionby for intravenous drug users, the most productive and cost-effective approach to manage the spread of HIV builds syringe exchange and drug treatment, and the promotion of anti-retroviral treatment for those who are already infected with HIV, a new study by researchers at Yale School of Medicine.

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