Shanghai, China, to Establish Four New Methadone Clinics to Curb Spread of HIV, Health Officials Say
May 2, 2008
Health officials in Shanghai, China, on Wednesday at a public health conference said the city will establish four new methadone clinics in an effort to control the spread of HIV/AIDS, the Shanghai Daily reports. The new clinics -- which will be located in the city's Minhang, Nanhui, Pudong New Area and Xuhui districts -- will bring the total number of methadone facilities in Shanghai to 12.
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