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This publication does not necessarily reflect the views of Queensland Injectors Health Network (QuIHN). QuIHN welcomes contributions which reflect opinions and issues of those who have used, or are still currently using illicit drugs. It is not the intention of this publication, or QuIHN, to encourage people to use illicit drugs or engage in illegal activities such as illicit drug use, but to reduce harms caused by illicit drug use. The editorial panel reserves the right to edit material submitted, and will not be held responsible for
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