Nearly 33,000 residents of New Jersey have AIDS, according to state health officials, and, in a statement, Ms. Gill noted that almost as many — about 30,000 — have died of the disease.
Maria Lugo, a drug user in Camden, N.J., received a syringe-sterilizing kit on Thursday in a van operated by the Camden Area Health Education Center.
The Last Holdout Reconsiders a Program to Curb H.I.V.
CAMDEN, N.J., Sept. 21 — On most days, the fringe workers in this city’s stunningly vibrant drug trade shout and gesticulate from street corners like hot dog vendors at a ballpark, hawking hypodermic needles they claim are clean.
“Works for sale! Works for sale!”