Advocates say safe-syringe programs decrease drug use, curb HIV infection rates, and keep law enforcement officers from being stuck by contaminated needles in the field.
Advocates say safe-syringe programs decrease drug use, curb HIV infection rates, and keep law enforcement officers from being stuck by contaminated needles in the field. TRAVIS LONG tlong@newobserver.com
Advocates say safe-syringe programs decrease drug use, curb HIV infection rates, and keep law enforcement officers from being stuck by contaminated needles in the field. TRAVIS LONG tlong@newobserver.com

Safe syringe program to open in Raleigh

August 29, 2016 1:57 AM