Dr. Rice Leach said a needle-exchange program would benefit the public, not just drug users. It will help prevent the spread of sexually transmitted diseases.
Dr. Rice Leach said a needle-exchange program would benefit the public, not just drug users. It will help prevent the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. Herald-Leader File Photo
Dr. Rice Leach said a needle-exchange program would benefit the public, not just drug users. It will help prevent the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. Herald-Leader File Photo

Lexington-Fayette County Health Department opens needle exchange program Friday

September 03, 2015 5:53 PM

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