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Academic Article Commentary on Bruneau et al. (2012): injection of prescription opioid pain relievers and infectious disease risk.
Academic Article Young age predicts poor antiretroviral adherence and viral load suppression among injection drug users.
Academic Article Childhood sexual abuse and risk for initiating injection drug use: a prospective cohort study.
Academic Article Non-injection drug use patterns and history of injection among street youth.
Concept Substance Abuse, Intravenous
Academic Article Prescription opioid injection and risk of hepatitis C in relation to traditional drugs of misuse in a prospective cohort of street youth.
Academic Article Use of a medically supervised injection facility among street youth.
Academic Article Willingness to use a supervised injection facility among young adults who use prescription opioids non-medically: a cross-sectional study.
Academic Article Injection drug use and overdose among young adults who use prescription opioids non-medically.
Academic Article Cessation of Injecting and Preceding Drug Use Patterns Among a Prospective Cohort of Street-Involved Youth.
Academic Article Prevalence of Hepatitis C Screening, Testing, and Care Experience Among Young Adults Who Use Prescription Opioids Nonmedically.
Academic Article Socioeconomic factors associated with cessation of injection drug use among street-involved youth.
Academic Article Use of rapid fentanyl test strips among young adults who use drugs.
Academic Article Opioid agonist treatment and the process of injection drug use initiation.
Academic Article State-level prescription drug monitoring program mandates and adolescent injection drug use in the United States, 1995-2017: A difference-in-differences analysis.
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