Harm reduction is an approach that aligns more with the UN aims of “health and justice”, and may help pull back youth on the brink of a lifelong struggle with drugs. Photo: Shutterstock Harm reduction is an approach that aligns more with the UN aims of “health and justice”, and may help pull back youth on the brink of a lifelong struggle with drugs. Photo: Shutterstock
Harm reduction is an approach that aligns more with the UN aims of “health and justice”, and may help pull back youth on the brink of a lifelong struggle with drugs. Photo: Shutterstock
Drugs

Letters | Hong Kong needs new approach to reach hidden drug users

  • Emphasis on harm-reduction may be how Hong Kong pulls young people away from destructive drug habits

Topic |   Drugs
Harm reduction is an approach that aligns more with the UN aims of “health and justice”, and may help pull back youth on the brink of a lifelong struggle with drugs. Photo: Shutterstock Harm reduction is an approach that aligns more with the UN aims of “health and justice”, and may help pull back youth on the brink of a lifelong struggle with drugs. Photo: Shutterstock
Harm reduction is an approach that aligns more with the UN aims of “health and justice”, and may help pull back youth on the brink of a lifelong struggle with drugs. Photo: Shutterstock
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