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Research outputs: SUBSTANCE ABUSE
An increasing trend of noncommunicable diseases is a worldwide phenomenon, also including the developing countries. Few studies focus on ado...
2009 Substance use and HIV risk among HIV infected and uninfected Voluntary Counselling and Testing (VCT) clients in Gert Sibande district, South Africa
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A consortium of researchers from the South African Medical Research Council, Human Sciences Research Council, University of Cape Town and Do...Download this report
The increase in cannabis production and improved technology call for more substance abuse treatment centres in South Africa following a stud...