Statistical Bulletin 2020 — drug-related infectious diseases
Drug-related infectious diseases such as HIV and hepatitis B and C are among the most serious health consequences of drug use. Even in countries where HIV prevalence in injecting drug users (IDUs) is low, other infectious diseases, such as hepatitis B/C, sexually transmitted diseases, TB, anthrax, tetanus, botulism, hepatitis A, HTLV may disproportionately affect drug users. Methods and definitions for the data on this page can be found on the Drug-related infectious diseases methods and definitions page.
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