The Cedar Project: A Comparison of HIV-related Vulnerabilities Amongst Young Aboriginal Women Surviving Drug Use and Sex Work in Two Canadian Cities

Study uses socio-demographics, drug use patterns, injections practices, sexual experiences, and HIV and HCV prevalence to compare women using drugs and in the sex trade with women who are not.
Azar Mehrabadi
Kevin J. P. Craib
Katharina Patterson
Warner Adam
Akm Moniruzzaman
Barbara Ward-Burkitt
Martin T. Schechter
Patricia M. Spittal
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International Journal of Drug Policy, vol. 19, no. 2, Special Issue: Women and Harm Reduction, April 2008, pp. 159-168
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Articles -- Scholarly, peer reviewed
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