People who inject drugs in intimate relationships: it takes two to combat HIV.

@article{ElBassel2014PeopleWI,
  title={People who inject drugs in intimate relationships: it takes two to combat HIV.},
  author={Nabila El-Bassel and Stacey A. Shaw and Anindita Dasgupta and Steffanie Anne Strathdee},
  journal={Current HIV/AIDS reports},
  year={2014},
  volume={11 1},
  pages={45-51}
}
We reviewed papers published during the past 18 months (2012-2013) focusing on micro-social contexts of gender and power inequalities as drivers of HIV risks among people who inject drugs (PWID) in intimate heterosexual relationships. Although there has been a proliferation of social and behavioral research on the micro-social contexts of drug injection in heterosexual intimate relationships, there is still a gap in knowledge of these issues, particularly in low- and middle-income countries… CONTINUE READING
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