Discarded Heroin Needles Becoming a Health Hazard

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In March, San Francisco collected more than 13,000 syringes, compared with only about 2,900 the same month in 2016. People, often children, risk getting stuck by discarded needles, meaning they could contract blood-borne diseases such as hepatitis or HIV or be exposed to remnants of heroin or other drugs . . .

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