Category Archives: Research

Treatment as Prevention? Or get to the back of the queue!

Direct-acting anti-viral (DAAs) therapies have changed the hepatitis C landscape.Rather than ‘can we cure?’, the question is now ‘who should we cure first?’ Continue reading

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The lives behind the diagnosis

Here is a bit of interesting information from the world of HIV and drug / alcohol use. From October 2007 through to April 2010, researchers conducted a cross-sectional analysis of participants looking at HIV’s Evolution in Russia; called Mitigating Infection … Continue reading

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Now I did say I’d report back on our excursion into Iboga Nights…

Iboga Nights trailer from John Archer on Vimeo. Last night, DG and I (see blog below for part one) cruised down to Russell Square in the centre of London, to see his own newly released documentary appear at London’s annual … Continue reading

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Every Graph, Stat and Data Point You Need For Research on U.S. Mass Incarceration

Originally posted on Prison Photography:
For the last 30 years, there have been clear regional differences in states’ use of the prison, with the southern states relying on the prison the most often. (See larger.) The small, independent and incredibly…

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One researchers insight into valuing insights

This is an email sent to INPUD from a well respected UK academic and researcher of drugs, Neil Hunt.  In it, Neil gets a few things off his chest, namely feeling a tad guilty for using the information gained from … Continue reading

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