In India, State Health minister Phungzathang Tonsing urged the officials concerned of the department of AIDS Control to devise a strategy for the inclusion of Hepatitis C treatment program in the National AIDS control program.
The Justice Department is urging the U.S. Sentencing Commission to approve a measure that would make potentially thousands of non-violent drug offenders now serving time in federal prison eligible for reduced sentences.
Country after country a vast array of new psychoactive substances, rapidly spread via online sources, is causing havoc for law and policy makers and are now looking to the example of recent New Zealand legislation.
Participants in the Staying Safe hepatitis C prevention project gave invaluable insight into life-saving protective practices. The findings could be used to make harm reduction messages much more relevant.
On Thursday 26th June 2014, hundreds of activists in more than 50 cities around the world will make their voices heard as part of the global Support. Don't punish campaign – funded through the CAHR project.