Drug use, hepatitis C and exposure to injecting among young people in New South Wales: The Big Day Out Survey 2006–2009

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Illicit drug use was common among attendees of the Big Day Out who lived in New South Wales. Over half of respondents in 2009 reported having used at least one illicit drug in the previous 12 months, most commonly cannabis, ecstasy and/or amphetamine.
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Bryant, Joanne
Wilson, Hannah
Hull, Peter
Lavis, Yvonna
Treloar, Carla
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2010
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