Drug injection is a method of introducing a drug into the body with a hollow
needle and a syringe which is pierced through the skin into the body (usually ...
Injecting drugs such as heroin, cocaine, amphetamines or other substances
greatly ... If you share injecting equipment (needles & syringes, spoons, filters, etc
Between 5% and 10% of new HIV infections worldwide result from sharing used
needles, jumping to 80% in Eastern Europe and Central Asia.4 5 Injecting drug ...
Injection is a way of getting a liquid drug in to the body using a needle and
syringe, usually intravenously (injecting in to a vein), sometimes intramuscular ...
A new study reported in the International Journal of Drug
Policy reinforces the beneficial impact of needle
and syringe exchange programs for preventing HIV/AIDS among injecting drug
Gerry Stimson, editor-in-chief of the International Journal of Drug
Policy, ann... More »
When people share needles and drug equipment, the virus can easily be drawn
up into the syringe and injected into the body along with the drugs. Infected ...
They may smoke drugs such as heroin, cocaine or methamphetamine and make
... through sharing both needles and injecting drug equipment such as filters, ...
Needle High. Needle Rush For injecting drug users, the very sight of a needle
can invoke a rush. The memories, the feelings and experiences associated with ...
The reports are unanimous in their conclusions that clean needle programs ...
Inject Drugs] to exchange used needles and syringes for new, sterile needles
Injecting is the riskiest way to use drugs. Some of the risks are related to using
needles. Other risks are related to the type of drugs that go in the needles.