This paper describes the problems caused by injecting drug use as a mode of transmission of HIV, and the need for the global community to find effective methods of minimising that risk. Although there are proven harm reduction measures for reducing the incidence of HIV there has been continuing controversy about the morality of such an approach and the fear that providing such support might encourage the continuance of injecting behaviour.
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