(Bloomberg) -- Indiana health officials expect an HIV outbreak that has infected 81 people to grow by dozens more cases, spread with dirty needles by pain-pill addicts who have turned to injecting the drugs.
Unlike with heroin, recreational painkiller users who crush and inject the pills use a wider needle, which makes HIV transmission more likely, said Indiana State Health Commissioner Jerome Adams. So far, most of the people in the Scott County outbreak have tested positive after abusing oxymorphone, ...
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