Anette Verster - Harm reduction is effective in prisons

Annette Verster works for the HIV/AIDS Department of the World Health Organization in Geneva, she coordinates all activities related to HIV prevention. She speaks about the conclusions of an investigation on on prisons and harm reduction which WHO commissioned recently. We interviewed her at the International Conference on the Reduction of Drug Related Harms in Warsaw, May 2007.

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