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HIV prevention services in correctional drug treatment programs: do they change risk behaviors?
HIV incidence among injection drug users in New York City, 1992-1997: evidence for a declining epidemic.
Maintaining low HIV seroprevalence in populations of injecting drug users.
HIV/AIDS-related behavior change among injecting drug users in different national settings.
HIV testing and sexual behavior among intravenous drug users in Bangkok, Thailand.
Condom use with primary partners among injecting drug users in Bangkok, Thailand and New York City, United States.
Incidence of HIV infection in a New York City methadone maintenance treatment program.
HIV testing in the nation's opioid treatment programs, 2005-2011: the role of state regulations.
"Why I am not infected with HIV": implications for long-term HIV risk reduction and HIV vaccine trials.
Parole officer-parolee relationships and HIV risk behaviors during community supervision.
On-site primary care and mental health services in outpatient drug abuse treatment units.
Buprenorphine for human immunodeficiency virus/hepatitis C virus-coinfected patients: does it serve as a bridge to hepatitis C virus therapy?
Clinical correlates of secondary meningitis in HIV-infected adults.
Mobile technology intervention to improve care coordination between HIV and substance use treatment providers: development, training, and evaluation protocol.
Prescribe to Save Lives: Improving Buprenorphine Prescribing Among HIV Clinicians.
HCV serostatus and injection sharing practices among those who obtain syringes from pharmacies and directly and indirectly from syringe services programs in rural New England.