Course and Outcome of HIV-Positive Drug Addicts in a Methadone Treatment Program
In 1987 a methadone treatment program (MTP) was created in Austria following a decree from the federal ministry of health. Target groups are long time drug addicts with HIV infection or those who underwent unsuccessful prior treatments. One of the aims of the MTP was to reduce the spreading of HIV infection.
KeywordsDrug Addict Public Health Authority Employment Situation Federal Ministry Outpatient Center
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