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The increased frequency of AIDS-related deaths among HTV infected drug users is well established; but the suggested association of HTV infection and overdose deaths remains controversial. To assess cause-specific mortality by HTV serostatus, a cohort of injection drug users assembled between...
The objective of this paper is to identify and to make sense out of changes in the use of adulterants and diluents found in samples of street bags of heroin collected in New York City. An analysis of the ratio of adulterants to diluents was conducted. Findings indicate that a change in the ratio...
In this paper the utility of the concept of craving in the explanation of smoking behaviour both in abstinence and in the resumption of smoking is explored. The experience of craving is suggested to be one of the foremost symptoms of withdrawal, and a major cause of relapse, and yet there is no...
An instrument for assessing the parent-child relationship over time was developed and tested for clinical application, using a transactional development framework. It was used each month by the primary therapist for each of 18 mother-child dyads for a period of 14 months, resulting in 128...
The increase in the number of non-fatal opioid overdoses in Melbourne, Australia has occurred concomitantly with the emergence of street heroin dealing / using areas across different parts of Melbourne. The aim of this study was to examine the social and environmental factors that contribute to...
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