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HIV Prevention Intervention for Substance Users: A Review of the Literature

Elkbuli et al. Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy (2019) 14:1
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Behavioral Interventions are needed to prevent HIV in substance users, which is associated with higher risk for contracting HIV via unprotected sexual intercourse or syringe-based exposure.

Sexual Behaviour and Abuse of Drugs among Urban Teenagers in Lagos

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Science Journal of Public Health Volume 4, Issue 5-1, October 2016, Pages: 17-19
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Sexual Behaviour and Abuse of Drugs Among Urban Teenagers in Lagos

Molobe Ikenna Daniel 1, 2, 3, 4

Unified Initiative for a Drug-Free Nigeria, Lagos, Nigeria

World Federation Against Drugs (WFAD), Stockholm, Sweden

Factors associated with cocaine use in users of injectable heroin in Colombia

Berbesi-Fernández , D., Segura-Cardona , A., Montoya-Velez , L., & Ramirez-Medina , A. (2016). Factors associated with cocaine use in users of injectable heroin, Colombia. Salud Mental, 39(4), 205-211. doi:
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Introduction: People who consume heroin and cocaine have increased sexual activity, risk behaviours associated with injection and inconsistent condom use, which would increase the risk of sexually transmitted infections and the presence of HIV.