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Vergleich der HIV-1-Praevalenz bei Drogentodesfaellen in Deutschland sowie in verschiedenen europaeischen Grosstaedten (Stand: 31. 12. 1993).
 Lockemann U, Wischhusen F, Pueschel K, et al.
  Because of the high morbidity and mortality associated with long-term intravenous and oral drug use, addicts typically die at an average age of only 30 years.
  AIDS Forschung 1995; 10: 253-256.1995
HIV-related deaths from selected infectious diseases among persons without AIDS in New Jersey
 Hayes T, Altman R, Akili-Obika A, Buehler JW, Costa SJ, Beil JK, Moore LG, Massey JW, Williams NM.
  Because of the high morbidity and mortality associated with long-term intravenous and oral drug use, addicts typically die at an average age of only 30 years.
  Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 1994; 7: 1074-1078.1994
A larger spectrum of severe HIV-I-related disease in intravenous drug users in New York City.
 Stoneburner, R. L., Des Jarlais, D. C., Benezra, D., Gorelkin, L., Sotheran, J. L., Friedman, S. R., Schultz, S., Marmor, M., Mildvan, D. and Maslansky, R.
  Because of the high morbidity and mortality associated with long-term intravenous and oral drug use, addicts typically die at an average age of only 30 years.
  Science 1988; 242: 916-919.1988
Striatal dopamine nerve terminal markers in human, chronic metamphetamine users.
 Wilson JM, Kalasinsky KS, Levey AI, Bergeron C, Reiber G, Anthony RM, Schmunk GA, Shannak K, Haycock JW, Kish SJ.
  Because of the high morbidity and mortality associated with long-term intravenous and oral drug use, addicts typically die at an average age of only 30 years.
  Nature Medicine 1996; 2: 699-703.1996