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Medicine Recycling: List of Donation Centers Published December 2000.

We are often asked where unused antiretrovirals and other medications used in AIDS treatment can be donated for shipment to clinics in developing countries, for patients who otherwise would have no access to them. The December issue of POZ magazine (page 60) published a list of 12 organizations in the U.S. which can receive these medications for donation. The December 2000 issue will be online at http://www.poz.com (you may need to click on the current issue, and from there find the back issues).
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Date:Dec 22, 2000
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