If the US is serious about addressing stigma and discrimination against people who use drugs, it needs to come up with a plan to do so without stigmatizing and discriminating against them.
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On the harm reduction/drug policy circuit party trek, it's time for the annual United Nations Commission on Narcotic Drug meeting in Vienna.
A letter from twelve leading AIDS advocate working with local, state and national partners to advance the fight against HIV/AIDS in the U.S.
Lifting the 20-year ban on federal funding of needle exchange provides greater options for states and local jurisdictions that require new and effective tools to prevent the spread of HIV.
This really came out of nowhere. Yesterday, we had AIDS activists quite literally close down the US Capitol Rotunda to protest President Obama's reque...
House Democrats have reversed a decision by President Obama and removed a ban on federal funding for needle-exchange programs that he included in the ...
Terrell Jones can't be tired. It's midnight on a Saturday, but he must wipe the sleep out of his eyes because his night is just beginning.
Jones is ...
President Obama's budget released Thursday takes a step backward from a controversial political position he had taken during the presidential campaign...
Will this be the year that member states will move towards a public health and human rights approach to drug policy? The signs have not been good.
I'm still not sold on Ramstad. I hope he finds a way to walk back from his misguided statements on some public health matters that got caught up in now-ancient culture wars.
Syringe exchange and other tales of corrupted policy are the neglected underbelly of the global AIDS success story of the Bush Administration, undermining efforts to prevent new infections.
Obama shouldn't make the mistake that Bill Clinton did and install a drug czar who will ignore science and push dogma.
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