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The course of many chronic conditions is adversely affected by the use of substances such as alcohol, non-medicinal drugs and tobacco. Research demonstrated that people living with HIV use these substances at higher rates than the general population. Research in this area explore how to reduce the harms associated with substance use, and to identify best practices for HIV care with regard to substance use.

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