Childhood abuse as a risk factor for injection drug use: A systematic review of observational studies.

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Summary of "Childhood abuse as a risk factor for injection drug use: A systematic review of observational studies."

Childhood abuse is a public health challenge with lifelong impacts, including future drug use. However, previous research has been mixed regarding impacts on injection drug use. This systematic review examines the impact of childhood abuse (sexual, physical and emotional) on adult injection drug use.


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Name: Drug and alcohol review
ISSN: 1465-3362


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