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Comparison of injecting drug users who obtain syringes from pharmacies and syringe exchange programs in Tallinn, Estonia

By Sigrid Vorobjov, Anneli Uusküla, Katri Abel-Ollo, Ave Talu, Kristi Rüütel and Don C Des Jarlais
Topics: Research
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