Behaviors associated with drug abuse are one of the largest factors in the spread of HIV infection in the United States.
Drugs can change the way the brain works, disrupting the parts of the brain that people use to weigh risks and benefits when making decisions.
Check out the links to our latest research findings and news updates, and find out how you can help inform others about the connection between drug abuse and HIV/AIDS.
Help break the dangerous link between drug use and HIV/AIDS by telling your friends and family about what you've learned.
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