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Not sold here: limited access to legally available syringes at pharmacies in Tijuana, Mexico

By Robin A Pollini, Perth C Rosen, Manuel Gallardo, Brenda Robles, Kimberly C Brouwer, Grace E Macalino and Remedios Lozada
Topics: Research
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