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Needle Exchange (Flickr: Todd Huffman)
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NJ Needle Exchange Program Should Continue Says Health Department

The New Jersey Department of Health has released a report recommending continuation of the Syringe Access Program (SAP) that is credited with helping 10,000 residents of Atlantic City, Camden, Newark, Jersey City and Paterson reduce their risk of HIV and hepatitis and gain access to an array of public health and social services.

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