alexa Psychological Distress Increases Needle Sharing among Cocaine users

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Psychological Distress Increases Needle Sharing among Cocaine users

Cocaine use and mental health disorders have both been separately identified as risk factors for blood borne virus infection. However, the contribution of specific underlying aspects of mental health to risks is not well documented. The aim of this study was to examine the association between psychological distress and risk behaviors for HIV and Hepatitis C infection among cocaine users.

 
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