Archive for the ‘Harm Reduction’ Category

Marsha B’s speech to the UNGASS 1998

Good Morning Ladies and Gentlemen and thank you for allowing me to address you here today. My name is Marsha and I am a recovering addict living with HIV disease. I am a 43 year old mother of four children , two of whom are still in foster care, in the State of Vermont. I […]

Action 4 MS

My story – by Clark French The last year my life has changed dramatically, like no other year before it. Life has changed to the extent that I’m no longer really the same person I was a year ago – I’ve had the hardest time of my life, by a long shot, but I’ve come […]

12 Steps to “Living positively with Hepatitis C”

As an illness hepatitis C can take a long time to become symptomatic, however, when it does it can affect people in many different ways, how each person reacts to this will be different. In fact everything could differ from one person to another and what they do to manage their illness will be different. […]

Ibogaine Video

Campaign targets Malaysia to end death penalty for drug offences

From March 8th – 12th (2010) during the yearly meeting of the United Nations Commission on Narcotic Drugs in Vienna, governments from all over the world will once again declare their support to the global fight against drugs, i.e. the substances that were prohibited worldwide by a UN Convention in 1961. In Malaysia, as in […]

Heroin Anthrax Infection Spikes London

Feb 8 2010: The first case of anthrax in England has been confirmed in a heroin user in London. This follows the ongoing cluster of confirmed cases of anthrax among heroin users in Scotland. A number of these people have died from anthrax thought to be from contaminated heroin. clomid spain purchase Anthrax is a […]

Why we need an international network of drug user activists.

We are people from around the world who use drugs. We are people who have been marginalized and discriminated against; we have been killed, harmed unnecessarily, put in jail, depicted as evil, and stereotyped as dangerous and disposable. It is now time to raise our voices as citizens, establish our rights and reclaim the right […]

Profile: Joycelyn Woods of the National Alliance of Methadone Advocates

Users’ Voice decided to begin profiling some of our long-term activists, and since few are women, we began with one of our greatest! “I came to advocacy for the reason that I believe many methadone advocates do. Methadone patients are never given the opportunity to feel good about themselves, generally what they read about themselves […]

Financial gain from Drug Users pain?

A few pharmaceutical companies are set to reap huge rewards from treatments and tests for hepatitis C. Grant McNally, from the UK Assembly on Hepatitis C looks at the fact that despite their still being no clear cure, this is not holding back phenomenal profit margins. It is 15 years since the US biotech company […]

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