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Needle exchange programs work. The science bears this up, with studies confirming that such programs drastically reduce the risk of HIV, hepatitis C, and other serious infections, and of overdose. Crucially, they also facilitate prisoners’ access to drug treatment and other health care. But when they are designed to limit access, none of these benefits will be realized.

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