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Cocaine, AIDS, and Intravenous Drug Use

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ISBN-10: 1560241470

ISBN-13: 9781560241478

Edition: 1991

Authors: Samuel R. Friedman, Douglas S. Lipton, Barry Stimmel

List price: $155.00
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In lay language, Cocaine, AIDS, and Intravenous Drug Use presents what works and what doesn’t work in counseling drug dependent persons. Those in the substance abuse treatment field have been concerned in the last few years with combating the deadly combination of cocaine addiction and AIDS. This encouraging book describes in detail, new methods being tested for effectively decreasing the risks for HIV infection of drug-dependent persons.Many complex issues are covered, providing a helpful range of ideas in AIDS risk reduction and drug treatment programs in one book. New breakthroughs seen in the past years are highlighted, including the pathbreaking but controversial Tacoma Syringe…    
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Book details

List price: $155.00
Copyright year: 1991
Publisher: Routledge
Publication date: 11/18/1991
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 124
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.792
Language: English

Editorial: Cocaine, AIDS and IV Drug Use
Pharmacotherapeutic Interventions for Cocaine Abuse: Present Practices and Future Directions
Changes in Cocaine Use After Entry to Methadone Treatment
Cardiovascular Evaluation After Withdrawal from Chronic Alcohol or Cocaine-Alcohol Abuse
Preventing HIV Transmission in Drug Treatment Programs: What Works?
The Tacoma Syringe Exchange
Organizing as a New Approach to AIDS Risk Reduction for Intravenous Drug Users
Why Woman Partners of Drug Users Will Continue to Be at High Risk for HIV Infection
Selective Guide to Current Reference Sources on Topics Discussed in This Issue
Cocaine, AIDS, and Intravenous Drug Use