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International Drug Users Day 2017 Media Release – Victorian Safe Injecting Facility Announced

The Australian Injecting and Illicit Drug Users League (AIVL) has welcomed the Victorian Government’s decision to trial a medically supervised injecting room in North Richmond, which has come on the eve of International Drug Users Day. AIVL has long been advocating for a greater focus on key prevention and harm reduction initiatives, including the urgent…
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Joint Statement for International Drug Users Day 2017

On International Drug Users Day 2017, we recognise and celebrate the strength and diversity of our communities and celebrate the progress we’ve made in improving our health and human rights. Drug user organisations and activists challenge stigma and discrimination as well as demon-strating the skills, knowledge and support systems that exist for people in their…
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AIVL VEINCARE GUIDE

This ’Hepatitis C and Vein Care’ on-line resource was produced by the Australian Injecting and Illicit Drug Users League (AIVL) for people who inject drugs on why looking after your veins can be one of the best ways to prevent getting or passing on hepatitis C (hep C) and other blood borne viruses (BBVs) like…
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HEPC & YOU – A Users Guide to the Latest Information

Hepatitis C is a blood borne virus which damages the liver. In 2015 there were about 230,000 Australians living with Hep C and around 5,400 new infections, with about 90% of these from people sharing injecting equipment. There is NO vaccination for Hep C, but there are excellent new treatment options available since March 2016.…
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